Definition of broadscale in English:

broadscale

Line breaks: broad|scale
Pronunciation: /ˈbrɔːdskeɪl
 
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adjective

On a broad scale; extensive.
More example sentences
  • We are committed to protecting our native forests through banning the use of ‘wood waste’ from native forests to produce electricity and ending broadscale land clearing in order to increase our store of carbon.
  • The key components of the Wentworth Model include ending broadscale landclearing, setting clear environmental standards and providing significant public funding to farmers.
  • Mr Walden said overall the news on locusts was good for WA producers, and it was unlikely that there would be any need to conduct any coordinated broadscale control measures this year.

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