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noun (AREA COVERED)
覆蓋範圍
 
 
/spred/
[S] when something moves to cover a larger area or affect a larger number of people
擴散,蔓延
The spread of AIDS in the last few years has been alarming.
近幾年愛滋病的廣泛傳播確實令人擔憂。
Spreading and scattering
[S] the area or range covered by something
涉及區域;範圍
The survey found a wide spread of opinion over the proposed new building.
調查廣泛徵集了對於擬議中的新建築的意見。
Range and limits
[C] a large article or advertisement covering one or more pages in a newspaper or magazine
整版(或橫貫幾版的)文章(或廣告)
There's a double-page spread on the latest fashions.
有一篇兩面全版的文章介紹最新的時尚。
Headlines and features in newspapers and magazines
(Definition of spread noun (AREA COVERED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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