widelyadverbuk us /ˈwaɪd.li/
- The government is being widely criticized in the press for failing to limit air pollution.
- He is widely thought to be an indecisive leader.
- This move towards improving childcare facilities has been widely welcomed.
- The incident has been widely reported in the press.
- His tutor encouraged him to read widely in philosophy.
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