Synonyms of broadly
1 in generalDictionary • He broadly got what he wanted out of his meeting.
in general • In general, it was the better educated voters who voted Yes in the referendum.
largely • I largely work with people who are already motivated.
generally • University teachers generally have admitted a lack of enthusiasm about their subjects.
mainly • The birds live mainly on nectar.
mostly • I am working with mostly highly motivated people.
on the whole • On the whole, women are having children much later these days.
predominantly • The landscape has remained predominantly rural in appearance.
in the main • In the main, children are taboo in the workplace.
for the most part • For the most part, they try to keep out of local disputes.
2 widely • Charles grinned broadly.
greatly • People would benefit greatly from a pollution-free vehicle.
vastly • The jury has heard two vastly different accounts of what happened.
3 generallyDictionary • This gives children a more broadly based education.
generally • It is generally believed that drinking red wine in moderation is beneficial.
universally • The disadvantage is that it is not universally available.
popularly • the infection popularly called mad cow disease
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• He clearly believes that he is in the right.
for the most part
generallyYou use generally to give a summary of a situation, activity, or idea without referring to the particular details of it.
• University teachers generally have admitted a lack of enthusiasm about their subjects.
Thesaurus for broadly from the Collins English Thesaurus
You can use broadly to indicate that something is generally true.