far2 S1 W1 comparative farther or, further, superlative farthest or, furthest
a long distance away [≠ near]:
We can walk to my house from here. It isn't far.
You could see the mountains in the far distance.
the side, end etc that is furthest from you [≠ near]:
They crossed the bridge and walked along the far side of the stream.
There was a piano in the far corner of the room.
the part of a country or area that is furthest in the direction of north, south etc:
It will become windy in the far north and west.
people who have extreme left-wing or right-wing political opinions:
The candidate for the far right got ten percent of the vote.
to be very different from something:
The company lost £3 million, which is a far cry from last year's £60 million profit.