three broadOf the three broad proposals considered, this would encourage women to work on the market.
broad rangePerinatal mortality rates are affected by a broad range of biological, social, and medical factors.
very broadVan Gelder was short, very broad, deeply tanned, flaxen-haired and seemed to find life a source of constant amusement.
two broadThere are two broad approaches to identifying acquisition candidates: proactive and reactive.
broad spectrumHowever, heterologous telomeric DNAs exhibit a broad spectrum of activity in their ability to be recognized as functional telomeres in vivo .
broad base‘In addition, the training gives you a broad base in actually running an organisation.
broad definitionIn terms of the broad definition of money would a deposit account passbook count as money?
broad principlesThe implications of applying such broad principles were breathtaking in their scale.
broad moneyOver the same period, Germany's broad money supply grew by 5.5%.
broad senseIn so far as the term judicial was used it was automatically implied whenever a decision was made which affected a person's rights in a broad sense.
fairly broadErm, I suppose there is a fairly broad brush there.
broad churchMy tastes are catholic: it will be a broad church.’
broad historicalThis formulation is attractive as it marks out some of the broad historical shifts in the representation of Blacks in film.
too broadInvestigators said the Ty Mawr home in Abergavenny, Gwent, was badly mismanaged, had too broad a mix of residents and had untrained staff.
have broadHe will have broad experience of the industry.
broad daylightIt was in broad daylight.
broad knowledgeDuring his inspection of Nikol'skaia volost', Yakovlev prided himself on his objectivity in criticizing local party activities, given that he was a highly orthodox representative of the central apparatus with a broad knowledge of all-Russian affairs.
broad linesThe broad lines of the revolt are clear (11, pp.38–44) although there are numerous problems of detail.