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broad British & World English

Having a distance larger than usual from side to side; wide

broad arrow British & World English

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

broad-based British & World English

Wide-ranging; general

broad bean British & World English

A large flat edible green bean which is usually eaten without the pod

broad-brush British & World English

Lacking in detail and finesse

broad gauge British & World English

A railway gauge which is wider than the standard gauge of 4 ft 812 in (1.435 m)

broad jump British & World English

North American term for long jump.

broad money British & World English

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

broad reach British & World English

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

Broad Church British & World English

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

broad-minded British & World English

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

broad pennant British & World English

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

broad-ranging British & World English

Covering an extensive range

broad-spectrum British & World English

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

broad-shouldered British & World English

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

in broad daylight British & World English

During daylight hours, and surprising for this reason

broad in the beam British & World English

(Of a person) fat around the hips

in broad daylight in broad British & World English

During daylight hours, and surprising for this reason

broad in the beam in broad British & World English

(Of a person) fat around the hips

broadax British & World English

An ax with a wide head and a short handle

broadleaf British & World English

another term for broadleaved.

broadleaved British & World English

(Of a tree or plant) having relatively wide flat leaves rather than needles; non-coniferous

broadscale British & World English

On a broad scale; extensive

broadacre British & World English

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

broadcloth British & World English

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

broad pendant in broad pennant British & World English

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

beam British & World English

The width of a person’s hips

broad bean in bean British & World English

A leguminous plant that bears beans in pods

buckler fern British & World English

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

broad English Thesaurus

they descended the 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 English Thesaurus

I like to think that I'm broad-minded, but his language was beyond the pale

broad-minded English-Spanish

con mentalidad abierta, de criterio amplio, tolerante

broad-spectrum English-Spanish

de amplio espectro


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