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far-flung

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Princeton's WordNet0.0 / 0 votes

  1. far-flung, widespreadadjective

    distributed over a considerable extent

    "far-flung trading operations"; "the West's far-flung mountain ranges"; "widespread nuclear fallout"

    Synonyms:
    widespread

    Antonyms:
    concentrated, close

  2. far-flungadjective

    remote

    "far-flung corners of the Empire"

    Synonyms:
    widespread

    Antonyms:
    close, concentrated

PPDB, the paraphrase database0.0 / 0 votes

  1. List of paraphrases for "far-flung":

    remote, distant

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#8689widespread
#9085distant

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  1. Francis Law:

    If the government rents the units out for around HK$2,000 to HK$3,000 per month [$254 to $382] and arranges a bus route to the nearest train station, I think it would attract a lot of applicants, even if it’s far flung from the main central business district.

  2. Scott Keyes:

    By splitting up the trip from a single itinerary into two itineraries, you can save $1,000 or more on a big international trip, whether you’re traveling to the Greek Islands or anywhere far flung.

  3. Fiza Farhan:

    Our target is to provide sustainable energy to far-flung rural off-grid areas of Pakistan and we especially want to empower women in these areas through the project.

  4. Christina Warinner:

    The mummies have long fascinated scientists and the public alike since their original discovery. Beyond being extraordinarily preserved, they were found in a highly unusual context, and they exhibit diverse and far-flung cultural elements.

  5. Zaw Htay:

    The distribution of these satellite dishes has nothing to do with Soe Thein election campaign, being a member of the cabinet, he did it on behalf of the government as a part of the government's development scheme in far-flung areas.


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