I wanted to see what would happen, so the second time I hit this sentence I tried it, and...
I love Team Esperanto.
Origin of the word embiggen... which is not a real English word.
Late 19th century: from big, on the pattern of embolden. Popularized in the 1990s by the US animated television series The Simpsons.
Yes, it's like "license to kill"
Kill what? Probably people. It doesn't say.
It's because it's used as an action on its own Like, "I got these shoes to run" You don't need to say where you will run.