Widely - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈwaɪdli|  American pronunciation of the word widely
Brit.  |ˈwʌɪdli|  British pronunciation of the word widely

adverb

- to a great degree

her work is widely known

- to or over a great extent or range; far(syn: wide)

he traveled widely

- so as to leave much space or distance between

widely separated

Examples

Organic food is now widely available.

These laws were widely regarded as too strict.

This view was not widely held.

The quality of the applicants varies widely.

Their products are widely available.

The books are widely read by adults as well as children.

A widely accepted scientific theory

He's widely regarded as the king of soul music.

As previously mentioned, his proposal has been widely criticized.

The professor has been widely attacked for her position on the issue.

His music was copied widely.

The judge was widely criticized for his verdict.

...a reporter who is widely respected throughout the press corps...

She's now widely recognized as an artist of genius.

Ultrasound is now widely used as a diagnostic tool.

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