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wide

adjective
 
 
/waɪd/
LONG DISTANCE A2 measuring a long distance or longer than usual from one side to the other
geniş
a wide river/road I have very wide feet. Measurements in generalWide and thick
5 miles/3 inches/6 metres, etc wide B1 having a distance of 5 miles/3 inches/6 metres, etc from one side to the other
5 mil/3 inç/6 metre vb. geniş
The swimming pool is five metres wide.Measurements in generalWide and thick
a wide range/selection/variety, etc B1 a lot of different types of thing
geniş kapsamlı; çok, bol
The library is a good source of a wide range of information.Variety and mixturesMixing and mixturesGroups and collections of things
EYES If your eyes are wide, they are completely open.
geniş, açık; iyice açılmış
Her eyes were wide with fear.Open and closed
BALL If a ball, shot, etc is wide, it does not go near enough to where it was intended to go.
hedefin/kalenin uzağına/açığına
→  See also be wide of the mark General terms used in ball sports
Translations of “wide”
in Korean 넓은…
in Arabic عَريض…
in French large, (de) large, grand…
in Italian largo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 距離, 寬的, 寬闊的…
in Russian широкий, широко открытый, далекий от чего-либо…
in Polish szeroki, szeroko otwarty, niecelny…
in Spanish ancho, grande, de largo…
in Portuguese largo…
in German breit, weit, groß…
in Catalan ample…
in Japanese 広い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 距离, 宽的, 宽阔的…
(Definition of wide adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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