We Are In Broad Agreement

With a wide arm, he pointed the city among us. We need to define a comprehensive strategy for future development. broad — adj. VERBS ▪ ADVERB ▪ extreme, fair, very, etc. ▪ reasonable, relatively … Column Dictionary This chapter can only give a rough overview of the subject. The road crossed a wide area of flooded fields. broad — broad1 W2S2 [bro:d US bro:d] adj ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1 (breit)” 2 (including a quantity) . Dictionary of Contemporary English Our radio station plays a wide spectrum of popular music.

Politics English-Russian dictionary > broad consensus It is conservative, in the broadest sense of the term. wide — [[t]brɔ͟ːd[/t]] ♦♦ wide, wide, wide, 1) ADJ GRADED Something wide is wide. His shoulders were wide and his waist narrow… The hills rise in green and just above the wide river. … a large area of green lawn. Ant: narrow 2)… … English Dictionary There is now a broad consensus that the government was right in this language. We support the broad objectives that underlie this bill.

Our radio station plays a wide spectrum of popular music. This chapter can only provide an approximate overview of the subject. He was of medium size, but had very broad shoulders. We need to define a comprehensive strategy for future development. It is conservative, in the broadest sense of the word. The party is now fighting to maintain a broad political base. There is now broad consensus that the government was right about this solution. There is broad consensus on the direction Poland should take. The party is now fighting to maintain a broad political base. wide — broad1 [brd] Adjective – 1. wide: It was of a medium height, but had very broad shoulders.

a wide shady path With a wide swing of his arm, he indicated the city among us. a large area (a large area): the road crossed a wide… The use of words and phrases in modern English they make a lot of broad generalizations about people. We support the broad objectives that underlie this bill. > broad chord” > wide agreement – 1 adjective 1 WIDE has a road, river, or part of someone`s body, etc. that is wide: we walked along a wide passage of carpets.