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Meaning of “breadth” - Learner’s Dictionary

breadth

noun [U, no plural]     /bretθ/
the distance from one side of something to the other side: The swimming pool has a breadth of 10 metres and a length of 50 metres.Measurements of length and distanceMeasurements in generalRange and limits
sb's breadth of experience/knowledge/interest, etc
the great number of different things that someone has done, knows, is interested in, etc →  See also the length and breadth of sth Range and limits
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