Definition of large-minded in English:

large-minded

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adjective

Open to and tolerant of other people’s ideas; liberal: he portrays Emma as an untidy, unfussy, large-minded woman
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  • In this opening chapter of the book Steve takes the measure of Reagan's accomplishment in his characteristically thoughtful and large-minded fashion.
  • Hunter, an American merchant, wrote of the Hongs: ‘As a body of merchants we found them able and reliable in their dealings, faithful to their contracts, and large-minded.’
  • Phillips Brooks, we may remember, described the bishop's role as securing for the presbyter the conditions of peaceful and effective labor, backed by a large-minded laity.

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