Definition of 'broad-minded'
Example sentences containing 'broad-minded'
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`Now that you're an adult, you'll find me more broad-minded than you think. THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (1991)Believe me, Smokes, when you drive a taxi, you get broad-minded. DESPERADOES (1991)Generally most poets and musicians are broad-minded, and if you study under Bardic, then you have to be. THE ANCIENT AND SOLITARY REIGN (1991)
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Translations for 'broad-minded'
British English: broad-minded /brɔːdˈmaɪndɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is broad-minded does not disapprove of actions or attitudes that many other people disapprove of.
...a broad-minded man of high intelligence.
- American English: broad-minded
- Arabic: واسِع الأُفُق
- Brazilian Portuguese: tolerante
- Chinese: 心胸宽广的
- Croatian: liberalan
- Czech: liberální
- Danish: frisindet
- Dutch: ruimdenkend
- European Spanish: de mentalidad abierta
- Finnish: avarakatseinen
- French: large d’esprit
- German: tolerant
- Greek: ανοιχτόμυαλος
- Italian: tollerante
- Japanese: 心の広い
- Korean: 너그러운
- Norwegian: tolerant
- Polish: tolerancyjny
- European Portuguese: tolerante
- Romanian: deschis la minte
- Russian: широких взглядов
- Spanish: de mentalidad abierta
- Swedish: fördomsfri
- Thai: ใจกว้าง
- Turkish: açık fikirli
- Ukrainian: з широким кругозором
- Vietnamese: có tư tưởng khoáng đạt
Definition of broad-minded from the Collins English Dictionary
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