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    Question spread out

    Hello! Could anybody tell me if these sentences have the same meaning?
    The economy activity has expanded a lot lately.
    The economy activity has spread out a lot lately.
    The economy activity has been on the rise.
    Thanks in advance.


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    Re: spread out

    Probably. They all seem to imply that economic activity is on the move.

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