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  1. wide

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    • adj.
      of great or more than average width;(after a measurement and in questions) from side to side
    • adv.
      to the full extent;far from a particular point or mark
    • n.
      a ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batsman to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.
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    • 1. a ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batsman to play, for which an extra is awarded to the batting side.
    • adj.
      (of a large jet airliner) having a wide fuselage.
    • n.
      a large jet airliner with a wide fuselage.

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    • adj.
      (of a large jet airplane) having a wide fuselage.
    • n.
      a large jet airplane with a wide fuselage.

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    • ph.
      fully open

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    • ph.
      fully open

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    • adj.
      having one's eyes wide open in amazement.

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    • adj.
      affecting or involving all areas and departments of a government: a government-wide spending review
    • adv.
      throughout all areas and departments of a government: the final recommendations could easily be applied government-wide

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    • adj.
      affecting or involving all areas and departments of a government: a government-wide program to determine if work in the nation's forests could be done better by private contractors
    • adv.
      throughout all areas and departments of a government: the final recommendations could easily be applied government-wide

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    • adj.
      having one's eyes wide open as a result of surprise, fear, etc.

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    • IPA[wʌɪd]

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    • adj.
      of great or more than average width: a wide road
    • adv.
      to the full extent: his eyes opened wide
    • n.
      a ball that is judged to be too wide of the stumps for the batsman to play, for which an extra ...

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