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broad US English

Having an ample distance from side to side; wide

broad arrow US English

A mark resembling a broad arrowhead, formerly used on British prison clothing, Navy timber, and other government property

broad-based US English

Wide-ranging; general

broad bean US English

A large edible flat green bean that is typically eaten without the pod

broad-brush US English

Lacking in detail and subtlety

broad gauge US English

A railroad gauge that is wider than the standard gauge of 56.5 inches (1.435 m)

broad jump US English

Another term for long jump.

broad money US English

Money in any form including bank or other deposits as well as notes and coins

broad reach US English

A point of sailing in which the wind blows over a boat’s quarter, between the beam and the stern

Broad Church US English

A tradition or group within the Anglican Church favoring a liberal interpretation of doctrine

broad-minded US English

Tolerant or liberal in one’s views and reactions; not easily offended

broad pennant US English

A short swallow-tailed pennant distinguishing the commodore’s ship in a squadron

broad-ranging US English

Covering an extensive range

broad-spectrum US English

Denoting antibiotics, pesticides, etc., effective against a large variety of organisms

broad-shouldered US English

(Of a person) having broad shoulders that do not slope

in broad daylight US English

During the day, when it is light, and surprising or unexpected for this reason

broad in the beam US English

Fat around the hips

in broad daylight in broad US English

During the day, when it is light, and surprising or unexpected for this reason

broad in the beam in broad US English

Fat around the hips

broadax US English

An ax with a wide head and a short handle

broadacre US English

(Of farming practices or equipment) used in or suitable for large-scale production

broadcloth US English

Clothing fabric of fine twilled wool or worsted, or plain-woven cotton

broadleaf US English

another term for broadleaved.

broadleaved US English

(Of a tree or plant) having relatively wide, flat leaves rather than needles; nonconiferous

broadscale US English

On a broad scale; extensive

broad pendant in broad pennant US English

A short swallow-tailed pennant distinguishing the commodore’s ship in a squadron

beam US English

The width of a person’s hips

broad bean in bean US English

A leguminous plant that bears beans in pods

buckler fern US English

A European fern with deeply divided lobes and with stalks that are typically covered with brown scales

broad-leaved arrowhead in arrowhead US English

An aquatic or semiaquatic plant with arrow-shaped leaves and three-petaled white flowers

broad beech fern in beech fern US English

A fern with triangular, deeply lobed fronds. Native to eastern North America, it favors moist woodland habitats and streamsides

broad US Thesaurus

a broad flight of steps

broad English-Spanish

ancho

B road English-Spanish

carretera

broad bean English-Spanish

haba feminine

broad-brush English-Spanish

no detallado, generalista

broad jump English-Spanish

→ long jump

Broad Church New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Anglican tradition favouring a liberal interpretation of doctrine

broad-minded US Thesaurus

our broad-minded English professor

broad-minded English-Spanish

con mentalidad abierta, de criterio amplio, tolerante

broad-spectrum English-Spanish

de amplio espectro


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