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Meaning of “afar” - Learner’s Dictionary

afar

adverb     /əˈfɑːr/ literary
from afar
from a long distance: He had admired her from afar.Distant in space and time
Translations of “afar”
in Vietnamese ở xa…
in Spanish lejos…
in Thai ห่างไกล…
in Malaysian jauh…
in French loin…
in German fern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 從遠處, 遙遠地, 在遠處…
in Indonesian jauh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 从远处, 遥远地, 在远处…
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