English version

widely read

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwidely readwidely reada) POPULARread by a lot of people a widely read magazine b) READhaving read many different books widely
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widely readThe older works listed first are still widely read and most are generally available in both hardcover and paperback.Local newspapers are widely read and relatively cheap to advertise in.But he was one of the most well-informed, widely read and serious political figures in public life.For all its note of fantasy, however, the article was widely read and well timed.But even though his book was intended for contemplatives, it was also widely read by lay men and women.Herbert is widely read, where Collins is seldom even heard of.Newspapers with a significant political reporting are not widely read, whereas television news programs are often among the most-watched programs.
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