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Polish translation of “broad”

broad

adjective
 
 
/brɔːd/
WIDE B1 wide
szeroki
broad shoulders a broad smileMeasurements in generalWide and thick
a broad range/variety, etc B1 a group that includes many different things or people
szeroki wachlarz/wybór itp.
a broad range of subjectsDifferent and differenceGroups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
a broad outline/picture, etc a general description, without detail
ogólny zarys/obraz itp.
This is just a broad outline of the proposal.General
SPEECH A broad accent (= way of speaking from a region) is very noticeable.
silny
Ways of speaking
in broad daylight during the day when it is light and people can see
w biały dzień
He was attacked in broad daylight.Light
(Definition of broad from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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