widespreadadjectiveuk /ˌwaɪdˈspred/ us /ˌwaɪdˈspred/
- There's widespread agreement that the law should be changed.
- The next 36 hours will be even colder with snow showers becoming more widespread.
- His economic policies have won widespread praise for reducing government debt.
- The review exposed widespread corruption in the police force.
- The designs for the new mosque have attracted widespread criticism.