V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: to give a detailed description or answer
Synonyms: explain, interpret, expatiate, discuss, inform, opine
Antonyms: condense, abbreviate, abridge, confuse
Tips: Expound is derived from Old French espondre and from Latin exponere, “to explain.” Expound is a more succinct and sophisticated way of saying "explain in detail." Expound is similar in meaning to expatiate. See expatiate for additional analysis.
Political news gets old really fast when you have to listen to pundits expound about the shortcomings of their opposing political party. (discuss in detail, explain)
The professor decided to expound on the underlying message of the book for the entire 50-minute lecture. (discuss, explain)
If you like, I could expound on the issue further. (opine, expatiate)
It is ill-advised to expound your political views with people you have just met. (discuss in detail, spell out, explain)
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