broadadjectiveuk /brɔːd/ us /brɑːd/
broad adjective (WIDE)
broad adjective (GENERAL)
- If you read the minutes of the meeting, they'll give you a broad outline of what was discussed.
- She described the project in very broad brushstrokes.
- Security defined in the broadest sense of the term means getting at the root causes of trouble and helping to reduce regional conflicts.
- The book's success can be attributed to its broad appeal to readers of all ages.
- The film makers hoped to guarantee financial success by aiming the film at a broad audience.
broad adjective (STRONG)
broad adjective (INFORMATION)
- (as) easy as pie/ABC/anything/falling off a log idiom
- at the push of a button idiom
- at the stroke of a pen idiom
- be (all) downhill idiom
- be child's play idiom
- give/hand sth to sb on a (silver) platter idiom
- rocket science
- sail through (sth)
- sb could do sth with one arm/hand tied behind his/her back idiom