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Meaning of “faraway” - Learner’s Dictionary

faraway

adjective     /ˌfɑːrəˈweɪ/
[always before noun] literary a long distance away: faraway places Distant in space and time
a faraway look/expression
an expression on someone's face that shows that they are not thinking about what is happening around them: He had a faraway look in his eyes.Not paying attentionTreating as unimportantNeglecting and ignoring
Translations of “faraway”
in Chinese (Traditional) 遙遠的, 遠方的, 出神的…
in Russian далекий, отдаленный…
in Turkish uzak, uzakta, ötelerde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 遥远的, 远方的, 出神的…
in Polish odległy, daleki…
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