What is another word for fan out?

217 synonyms found


[ fˈan ˈa͡ʊt], [ fˈan ˈa‍ʊt], [ f_ˈa_n ˈaʊ_t]

Fan out is a phrasal verb that means to spread or scatter in different directions from a central point. There are several synonyms for this phrasal verb, including disperse, scatter, spread out, radiate, diverge, branch out, and splay. Disperse implies breaking up and spreading widely, scatter denotes a random distribution, spread out suggests extension in all directions, radiate connotes spreading from a central point like rays of light, diverge suggests moving away from a common point, branch out conveys the idea of dividing into smaller branches, and splay suggests spreading in a disorderly way. All these synonyms convey the idea of spreading out in different directions.

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How to use "Fan out" in context?

When you "fan out," you break down the work into smaller, more manageable tasks. This improves your work flow, makes tasks more manageable, and allows you to work more quickly. This strategy is great for when you have a lot of pending work, or when you need to take care of a lot of different pieces of work at the same time. Fan out in the following ways:

1. Break down the work into smaller tasks.

2. Make a plan for how you will complete each task.

3. Set deadlines for each task.

4. Follow through with your plan and deadlines.

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