Definition of broad-based in English:

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adjective

  • Wide-ranging; general: we expect to see broad-based support broad-based knowledge an introductory broad-based course
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    • Since the investor cannot beat the market, buying a broad-based market index is likely to earn as good a return with a lot less work.
    • Four of these proposals attracted broad-based support.
    • The humor is reasonably broad-based: not so juvenile that adults will dismiss it, and not so sophisticated that children won't laugh.

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