There are 2 translations of broad in Spanish:

broad1

Pronunciation: /brɔːd/

adj

  • 1 (in dimension) [avenue] ancho ; [valley] extenso , vasto , amplio ; [forehead] despejado , amplio ; [grin/smile] de oreja a oreja he had broad shoulders era ancho de hombros or de espaldas she has broad hips es ancha de caderas it's as broad as it's long (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] da lo mismo, tanto monta (Esp) [familiar/colloquial]
  • 2 2.1 (extensive) [syllabus/support] amplio ; [interests] numeroso , variado a broad range of courses una amplia gama de cursos this has broad implications esto tiene consecuencias en muy diversos planos in its broadest sense en su sentido más amplio 2.2 (general) [guidelines/conclusions] general in broad terms en líneas generales
  • 3 (tolerant, liberal) [sympathies] liberal broad views criterios (mpl) amplios a broad mind una mente abierta, una actitud tolerante
  • 4 4.1 (clear, obvious) claro a broad hint una indirecta muy clara or [humorístico/humorous] muy directa 4.2 (strong, marked) [accent] cerrado 4.3 (slightly indecent) [humor/joke] grosero , basto

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The name of the autonomous governments of Catalonia and Valencia is generalitat. A great deal of power has now been transferred to them from central government. The medieval term generalitat was revived in 1932, when Catalonia voted for its own devolved government. After the Civil War, it was abolished by Franco but was restored in 1978, with the establishment of comunidades autónomascomunidad autónoma. The Valencian Generalitat is keen to preserve the traditions of the region from Catalan influence.

There are 2 translations of broad in Spanish:

broad2

n

  • 2 (BrE) [Geog] the (Norfolk) Broadszona de deltas y estuarios en Norfolk

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Cultural fact of the day

The name of the autonomous governments of Catalonia and Valencia is generalitat. A great deal of power has now been transferred to them from central government. The medieval term generalitat was revived in 1932, when Catalonia voted for its own devolved government. After the Civil War, it was abolished by Franco but was restored in 1978, with the establishment of comunidades autónomascomunidad autónoma. The Valencian Generalitat is keen to preserve the traditions of the region from Catalan influence.