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widely

adverb
 
 
/ˈwaɪdli/
B2 including a lot of different places, people, subjects, etc: widely known He has travelled widely in Europe.Different and differenceIncluding and containingComprising and consisting of
differ/vary widely B2 to be very different: Prices vary widely from shop to shop.Being and appearing different
Translations of “widely”
in Korean 널리…
in Arabic بِدَرَجَة كَبيرَة…
in Portuguese amplamente, bastante…
in Catalan extensament…
in Japanese 広く…
in Italian diffusamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 範圍廣地, 廣泛地…
in Russian широко…
in Turkish geniş ölçüde, adamakıllı, çok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 范围广地, 广泛地…
in Polish powszechnie, dużo…
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