|Having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other.|
A wide necktie.
Three feet wide.
A river two miles broad.
A broad river.
|Broad in scope or content.|
Across-the-board pay increases.
An all-embracing definition.
Blanket sanctions against human-rights violators.
An invention with broad applications.
A panoptic study of Soviet nationality.
Granted him wide powers.
|Lacking subtlety; obvious.|
Gave us a broad hint that it was time to leave.
|Being at a peak or culminating point.|
|Very large in expanse or scope.|
A broad lawn.
The wide plains.
A spacious view.
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|Showing or characterized by broad-mindedness.|
A broad political stance.
Generous and broad sympathies.
A liberal newspaper.
Tolerant of his opponent's opinions.