Definition of broad-based in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˌbrôdˈbāst/


Wide-ranging; general: we expect to see broad-based support broad-based knowledge an introductory broad-based course
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  • I don't expect Dungeons & Dragons to have much broad-based appeal.
  • Such a broad-based, genuinely diverse movement might actually have an impact.
  • I like to think that I have a fairly broad-based sense of humor.

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Syllabification: broad-based

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