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Translation of "broad" - English-Turkish dictionary

broad

adjective
 
 
/brɔːd/
WIDE B1 wide
geniş
broad shoulders a broad smileMeasurements in generalWide and thick
a broad range/variety, etc B1 a group that includes many different things or people
bir çok kişi veya şeyi kapsayan bir grup, geniş yelpaze
a broad range of subjectsDifferent and differenceGroups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
a broad outline/picture, etc a general description, without detail
fazla detaya girmeden genel bir tanımlama
This is just a broad outline of the proposal.General
SPEECH A broad accent (= way of speaking from a region) is very noticeable.
yaygın, kaba telaffuz
Ways of speaking
in broad daylight during the day when it is light and people can see
güpe gündüz, gün ortası
He was attacked in broad daylight.Light
(Definition of broad from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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