To render larger, more extended, or more intense, and the like;—used especially of loudspeakers, telescopes, microscopes, etc. (verb)
Examples of word amplify
It's also a great example of what we call amplify sport.
The psychological effects of pain amplify the trauma, contributing to depression, anxiety, sleeplessness and suicide.
Their calls amplify what had been voices on the fringes calling for a fundamental redesign of the nation's financial system.
ZAHN: Jack, I think you raise an interesting point that Bob could probably amplify, which is all the speculation about how long this commitment will be.
But Rauf also said that the media attention the project has attracted was necessary to "amplify" the voice of moderate Muslims.
Candidates routinely tap famous surrogates -- including generals, celebrities, experts and kamikaze politicians -- to attack their opponents, defend their honor and "amplify" their messages to the media.
He also said that the fact that GE feels the need to join the program could "amplify" that the credit market remains under stress.
But some of this tropical moisture is going to get wrapped up here and kind of amplify the situation.
Let me just say, to kind of amplify this, there are some specific things that I hope we will do to show that we're acting in good faith.