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far

adjective
 
 
/fɑːr/ (farther, farthest, further, furthest)
B2 [always before noun] describes the part of something that is most distant from you or from the centre: His office is at the far end of the corridor. They live in the far south of the country.Distant in space and time
the far left/right used to describe political groups whose opinions are very extreme →  See also be a far cry from sth Political movements and groups
Translations of “far”
in Korean (멀리 떨어진) 저 쪽에…
in Arabic أَقْصى, بَعيد…
in French plus loin, à l’autre bout de…
in Turkish uzak, ötede, uzakta…
in Italian lontano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 遠的, 遙遠的, 遠端的…
in Russian дальний…
in Polish daleki, drugi…
in Spanish lo más lejos, la otra punta…
in Portuguese masi distante, oposto…
in German entfernter…
in Catalan llunyà…
in Japanese 遠い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 远的, 遥远的, 远端的…
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