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Translation of "broad" - English-Spanish dictionary

broad

adjective   /brɔːd/
B1 wide ancho broad shoulders
B1 including many different things amplio a broad range of subjects
(Definition of broad from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

broad

adjective /broːd/
wide; great in size from side to side ancho a broad street.
from side to side de ancho The wooden table was two metres/meters broad.
general; not detailed general We discussed the plans in broad outline.
broaden verb
to make or become broad or broader ensanchar This is an opportunity for him to broaden his experience.
broadly adverb
generally en general Broadly speaking, I’d say your chances are poor.
broadband noun
(computing) a system of connecting computers to the Internet, which allows you to send or receive information very quickly Ancho de Banda high-speed broadband.
(physics) a system of sending radio signals that uses a wide range of frequencies to enable several messages to be sent at the same time. Banda Ancha
broad daylight noun
full daylight a plena luz del día The robbery took place in broad daylight.
broad-minded adjective
ready to allow others to think or act as they choose without criticizing them tolerante, de mente abierta broad-minded parents.
broadside on
sideways de costado The ships collided broadside on.
(Definition of broad from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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