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01. A meeting was held to discuss a [broad] number of issues currently facing the company.
02. Reading many books can [broaden] your knowledge.
03. She has a [broad] knowledge of European history.
04. The new leader's social policy initiatives are [broadly] supported within the party.
05. The man had very [broad] shoulders and a thick neck.
06. We discussed a [broad] range of issues at yesterday's meeting.
07. The teacher gave the students a [broad] outline of his plans for the session.
08. Galaxy shapes are classified into three [broad] classes.
09. Bill has quite [broad] shoulders as a result of all the swimming he does.
10. There is a Chinese proverb that observes that he who steps aside for someone [broadens] the way.
11. Joseph Cossman once said that middle age is when your [broad] mind and narrow waist begin to change places.
12. Most family doctors have [broad] knowledge of many common medical problems.
13. Travelling to different countries can really [broaden] one's knowledge of the world.
14. It is good to work in different jobs within your field in order to [broaden] your experience.
15. The government of British Columbia funds a [broad] range of medical services.
16. If we can conserve the [broadest] variety of the world's habitats, we will conserve the life within these places.
17. We can describe most things in our environment at a variety of levels of abstraction, from very [broad] and general categories, to very narrow and specific terms.
18. The [broad] conception of music held by the ancient Greeks was such that music and poetry were regarded as almost the same thing.

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  • Broad — (br[add]d), a. [Compar. {Broader} (br[add]d [ e]r); superl. {Broadest}.] [OE. brod, brad, AS. br[=a]d; akin to OS. br[=e]d, D. breed, G. breit, Icel. brei[eth]r, Sw. & Dan. bred, Goth. braids. Cf. {Breadth}.] 1. Wide; extend in breadth, or from… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Broad — may refer to:* Broad (British coin), English gold coin minted under the commonwealth with a bust of Oliver Cromwell on the obverse * Broad church, Latitudinarian churchmanship in the Church of England * Broad Front Progressive Encounter New… …   Wikipedia

  • broad´ly — broad «brd», adjective, adverb, noun. –adj. 1. large across; wide: »Many cars can go on that broad new highway. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under wide. (Cf. ↑wide) 2. having wide range; …   Useful english dictionary

  • broad — [brôd] adj. [ME brod < OE brad; akin to Ger breit] 1. of large extent from side to side; wide 2. having great extent or expanse; spacious [broad prairies] 3. extending all about; clear; open; full [broad daylight] 4. easy to understand; not… …   English World dictionary

  • broad — adj Broad, wide, deep are comparable chiefly when they refer to horizontal extent. Broad and wide apply to surfaces or areas as measured from side to side {a picture two feet wide} and deep (see also DEEP) to those as measured from front to back… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Broad — ist der Nachname von mehreren Personen: C. D. Broad (1887–1971), englischer Philosoph Chris Broad (* 1957), englischer Cricketspieler Eli Broad, Kunstmäzen Neil Broad (* 1966), britischer Tennisspieler Pery Broad (1921–1994), SS Unterscharführer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • broad — broad; broad·cast·er; broad·en; broad·ish; broad·ly; broad·moor; broad·ness; broad·way·ite; broad·band; broad·scale; …   English syllables

  • broad — I adjective ample, amplitudinous, amplus, blanket, collective, comprehensive, covering all cases, deep, diffuse, encyclopedic, expansive, extended, extending, extensive, far flung, far reaching, far spread, full, general, generalized, generic,… …   Law dictionary

  • broad — [adj1] wide physically ample, capacious, deep, expansive, extended, extensive, full, generous, immense, large, latitudinous, outspread, outstretched, roomy, spacious, splay, squat, thick, vast, voluminous, widespread; concepts 773,796 Ant. narrow …   New thesaurus

  • Broad — Broad, n. 1. The broad part of anything; as, the broad of an oar. [1913 Webster] 2. The spread of a river into a sheet of water; a flooded fen. [Local, Eng.] Southey. [1913 Webster] 3. A lathe tool for turning down the insides and bottoms of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • broad — ► ADJECTIVE 1) having a distance larger than usual from side to side; wide. 2) of a specified distance wide. 3) large in area or scope. 4) without detail; general. 5) (of a hint) clear and unambiguous. 6) (of a regional accent) very noticeable… …   English terms dictionary


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