Definition of 'breadth'
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Three cedars threw their coarse shadows over the meadow, and as she watched, a soaring goshawk was lost in their breadth. DANSVILLE (2003)As Colin focused in carefully and panned the camera across the breadth of the stairs, Alice gave a small whimper. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (2003)As I write, the average height of an Englishwoman is a hair's breadth below 5 5. LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES (2003)
At close to six feet, Gerrard had the height and breadth of shoulder to carry the austere lines. WHOLE SECRET LOVE (2003)
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Translations for 'breadth'
British English: breadth NOUN
The breadth of something is the distance between its two sides.
The breadth of the whole camp was 400 paces.
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