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far-flung

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Definition of far-flung in English:

adjective

1Distant or remote: the far-flung corners of the world
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  • Marooned in this far-flung corner of the world by the tyranny of distance and outrageous airfares, the only way to get out of it is to, well, get out of it.
  • Sure enough, the book has sex, death, trains and double-crosses in far-flung corners of Nazi-occupied Europe.
  • He is scruffy, self-effacing and funny and conjures up all of these attributes in his perennially popular excursions to far-flung corners of the globe.
1.1Widely distributed: newsletters provided an important link to a far-flung membership
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  • He yearned for years to link his far-flung programming assets with satellite distribution in the U.S.
  • Except that texts confirm the fact, we would not know they are members of the far-flung tribe.
  • What if you want to share some of those family pictures with far-flung family members?

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