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Translation of "far" - English-Spanish dictionary

far

adverb /faː/
indicating distance, progress etc lejos How far is it from here to his house? at or to a long way away lejos She went far away/off. very much mucho She was a far better swimmer than her friend (was). faraway adjective distant remoto, lejano faraway places. not paying attention; dreamy ausente She had a faraway look in her eyes. far-fetched adjective very unlikely inverosímil, improbable a far-fetched story. far-off adjective a long distance away remoto, alejado a far-off land. a long time ago remoto, alejado the far-off days of his childhood. far-reaching adjective affecting or influencing a large number of people de amplio alcance, dificil de alcanzar far-reaching consequences. far-sighted adjective having an understanding of the effect that an action will have in the future con visión de futuro a far-sighted policy/investment. (American ) unable to see things clearly when they are close to you; long-sighted (British) hipermétrope as far as to the place or point mentioned hasta We walked as far as the lake. (also so far as) as great a distance as tanto He did not walk as far as his friends. (also so far as) to the extent that en cuanto a As far as I know, she is doing well. by far by a large amount mucho, con mucho They have by far the largest family in the village. far and away by a very great amount con mucho, con diferencia She is far and away the cleverest girl in the class! far from not only not, but lejos de Far from liking him, I hate him. not at all nada He was far from helpful. so far until now hasta ahora So far we have been quite successful. up to a certain point hasta cierto punto We can only get so far without further help.
(Definition of far from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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