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  1. To put one’s legs apart.
  2. To divide something in a homogeneous way.
  3. To scatter.
  4. To put butter or jam onto bread.
  5. To expand.
    Missionaries spread their religion's teachings.
    see spread of printing
  6. To expand.
    The disease had spread into remote villages.
    See epidemic

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