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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbreadthbreadth /bredθ, bretθ/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]WIDE the distance from one side of something to the other syn width, → broad, depth, lengthbreadth of the breadth of the river5 metres/3 feet etc in breadth The boat measured 15 feet in length and 4 feet in breadth.2 [uncountable]VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDS the quality of including a lot of different people, things, or ideasbroad, depthbreadth of The job wasn’t giving him the breadth of experience he wanted. His breadth of knowledge was amazing. a politician known for his breadth of vision We need to provide more breadth in the college curriculum. hair's breadth, → the length and breadth of at length(8)
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breadthThus allowing the student to be certificated for a breadth of technique in string instruments.This flower resembles a lily and may reach a breadth of four inches.What is the length and breadth of the largest forest area?Someday I want to travel the length and breadth of it by train.His research for the book took him across the full breadth of the country.This is not the book with the greatest breadth or depth, but it is handy and easy to read.Concerns have also been raised about the breadth of the field of candidates.What is so striking though is the breadth and depth of the Bund's response to the situation it faced.One thing I noticed right away was the breadth of the training that the workers were given.the breadth of the oceanAcross the whole breadth of the story, meanwhile, fly the Nazgûl.breadth of visionEdith Pye complemented her friend's daring breadth of vision with her own genius for detailed organization.
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