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broad

Definitions


[brɔːd], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- having a distance larger than usual from side to side; wide
(e.g: a broad staircase)

- covering a large number and wide scope of subjects
(e.g: the company has a broad range of experience)

- general; without detail
(e.g: a broad outline of the legal framework for pension schemes)

- somewhat coarse and indecent
(e.g: the broad humour has been toned down)

- (of a regional accent) very noticeable and strong
(e.g: the words had a distinct tang of broad Lancashire)


Phrases:
- broad in the beam
- in broad daylight

Origin:
Old English brād, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch breed and German breit


[brɔːd], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a woman
(e.g: I get drunk, follow the pretty broads, and make a fool of myself)


Phrases:
- broad in the beam
- in broad daylight

Origin:




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