Translation of broadly in Spanish:

broadly

Pronunciation: /ˈbrɔːdli/

adverb/adverbio

  • 1 (generally, approximately) the two systems are broadly similar en líneas generales, los dos sistemas son similares it's broadly true to say that … a grandes rasgos podría decirse que … their route broadly followed the course of the river siguieron más o menos el curso del río broadly speaking en líneas generales, hablando en términos generales
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    • No doubt there are more but, broadly speaking, the situation is this, we would submit.
    • There are, broadly speaking, two kinds of relativism, cultural and cognitive.
    • And hence the proper way to arrive at such a criterion is, broadly speaking, inductive.
  • 2 (widely) [grin/smile] de oreja a oreja
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    • The teenager, who plays Harry, grinned broadly and posed for the cameras.
    • The Expert Temp grinning broadly behind the staff member sensed this, and leered at me.
    • When he heard about this seemingly overdue admission by the trainer, Carberry grinned broadly.

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