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the (big) wide world

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe (big) wide worldthe (big) wide worldespecially spokenOUT/OUTSIDE places outside the small familiar place where you live Soon you’ll leave school and go out into the big wide world. wide
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the (big) wide worldHe knows little about economics or the wider world.We could certainly be a stronger presence in the wider world.Wealth and power go hand in hand, at home too, as well as in the big wide world.Hardly anybody in the big wide world has heard of us, let alone been influenced by our lives.In other words we want to help local enthusiasts to keep in touch with what is happening in the wider world of railways.Many children of leading ministers took advantage of the wider world their fathers' success had opened for them.Filipe is not alone in the wider world, where 13m children are displaced within their own countries.
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