Definition of cut a wide swath in English:

cut a wide swath

North American Attract a great deal of attention by trying to impress others.
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  • After cutting a wide swath through dance music's hardest-hitting genres, Jackal & Hyde had such an itch to succeed that the duo plunged ahead and created its own brand of block-rocking sound.
  • So, when you think about, it really cuts a wide swathe of people.
  • Blockhead's instrumentals cut a wide swath away from his other contemporaries.
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