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wide

adjective
 
/waɪd/
A2 measuring a long distance or longer than usual from one side to the other
largo
a wide road I have very wide feet.
five miles, three inches, etc. wide B1 having a distance of five miles, three inches, etc. from one side to the other
cinco milhas, três polegadas, etc. de largura
The swimming pool is 15 feet wide.
a wide range, selection, etc. B1 a lot of different types of thing
uma vasta gama, seleção, etc.
They sell a wide range of books and magazines.
give someone/something a wide berth to avoid a person or place
evitar alguém/algo
I tend to give the city centre a wide berth on Saturdays because it’s so busy.
(Definition of wide adjective from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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