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Translation of "breadth" - English-Turkish dictionary

breadth

noun [U, no plural]
 
 
/bretθ/
the distance from one side of something to the other side
genişlik
a swimming pool with a breadth of 10 metres and a length of 50 metresMeasurements of length and distanceMeasurements in generalRange and limits
sb's breadth of experience/knowledge/interest, etc the great number of different things that someone has done, knows, is interested in, etc
birinin deneyim/bilgi/ilgi vs. Konularında genişliği, derinliği, yaptıkları
→  See also the length and breadth of sth Range and limits
Translations of “breadth”
in Vietnamese bề rộng, phạm vi…
in Spanish anchura, extensión…
in Thai ความกว้าง, ขอบเขต…
in Malaysian lebar, keluasan…
in French largeur, ampleur…
in German die Breite, die Größe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寬度,幅度, 廣泛性,廣度…
in Indonesian ukuran lebar, luas…
in Russian ширина…
in Chinese (Simplified) 宽度,幅度, 广泛性,广度…
in Polish szerokość…
(Definition of breadth from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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