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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…
(Definition of afar from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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