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Widely

Meanings and phrases

widely

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. to a great degree
  2. to or over a great extent or range; far; wide
  3. so as to leave much space or distance between

widely distributed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. growing or occurring in many parts of the world; cosmopolitan
E.g.
  • It is widely distributed in eastern North America.
  • The widely distributed genus contains five species.
  • The video was widely distributed on the internet.

widely used

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E.g.
  • Was not considered successful and not widely used.
  • The most widely used is "ciao", meaning "goodbye".
  • It has also been widely used by state governments.

most widely

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E.g.
  • The most widely used is "ciao", meaning "goodbye".
  • The first and most widely used tracers are sunspots.
  • Aluminium is the most widely used non-ferrous metal.

widely known

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E.g.
  • He soon became widely known as a popular preacher.
  • This work led to the field becoming widely known.
  • Klein is widely known for his work on skepticism.

widely considered

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E.g.
  • He was widely considered as Meles Zenawi's right-hand man.
  • Phipps Bridge was widely considered undesirable at the time.
  • It is widely considered Benda's best work, and inspired Mozart.

widely regarded

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E.g.
  • Ahmad is widely regarded as a traitor by Bangladeshis.
  • His work is widely regarded as pseudoscience.
  • This result was widely regarded as an upset.

more widely

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E.g.
  • However, the name "Persian" is still more widely used.
  • The ford is more widely known in English as Jacob's Ford.
  • Some of his more widely know contributions are listed below.

widely accepted

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E.g.
  • The division into subgenera is not widely accepted.
  • None of these constellation became widely accepted.
  • These theories are not widely accepted, however.

widely available

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E.g.
  • It is widely available in southern Chinese regions.
  • These tests are widely available and affordable.
  • They are widely available to protect domestic premises.

not widely

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E.g.
  • Was not considered successful and not widely used.
  • However it was not widely recognised at that time.
  • The division into subgenera is not widely accepted.

became widely

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E.g.
  • He soon became widely known as a popular preacher.
  • None of these constellation became widely accepted.
  • It also became widely used in trade and commerce.

widely recognized

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E.g.
  • Many of his songs are widely recognized in the region.
  • He is widely recognized as the "Father of his country".
  • Naranjo has become widely recognized.

most widely used

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E.g.
  • The most widely used is "ciao", meaning "goodbye".
  • The first and most widely used tracers are sunspots.
  • Aluminium is the most widely used non-ferrous metal.

widely believed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is widely believed that these groups are always finite.
  • This was the first x-ray source widely believed to be a black hole.
  • It was widely believed that Antony had once offered a diadem to Caesar.

vary widely

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E.g.
  • The size of the areola can vary widely among women.
  • Rates of dairy consumption vary widely worldwide.
  • Adoption policies for each country vary widely.

widely reported

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E.g.
  • His statements were widely reported in the media.
  • The event was widely reported in Chinese media.
  • Hess's death was widely reported in newspapers.

widely read

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E.g.
  • Madero's book was well received, and widely read.
  • It was not widely read and had little influence.
  • His novels and short stories are still widely read today.

widely seen

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E.g.
  • Priapus was widely seen as hideous and unattractive.
  • Another widely seen common name is serrets or serrettes.
  • This suggestion is also widely seen as being discredited.

still widely

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E.g.
  • Cash is still widely used for most transactions.
  • A watered-down version of this is still widely used.
  • COBOL, C, and C++) are still widely used today.

widely spoken

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E.g.
  • Cameroonian Pidgin English is also widely spoken.
  • Awadhi is also the widely spoken along with English.
  • The Nepali and Rajbanshi languages are widely spoken.

widely adopted

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E.g.
  • One of the models, the Lowry model, was widely adopted.
  • Farmers have widely adopted GM technology.
  • It was widely adopted as a replacement.

now widely

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E.g.
  • The bush forge theory is now widely accepted.
  • The film is now widely available on DVD.
  • A range of such OTC medical products is now widely available.

widely circulated

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E.g.
  • The printed hymnal must have been widely circulated.
  • It was never released or widely circulated amongst collectors.
  • As such, it was struck in large numbers and widely circulated.

widely praised

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E.g.
  • Across India, the military raid was widely praised.
  • Phelan's calm and confident manner was widely praised.
  • Laurie's performance in the role has been widely praised.

most widely known

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E.g.
  • The most widely known languages may be used, as well as Latin.
  • Henner's most widely known work is his 1885 painting of Saint Fabiola.
  • Until the 1950s, the most widely known surfboats were those of Accra, Ghana.

widely popular

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E.g.
  • This was the first widely popular all-nude musical.
  • The film was widely popular with audiences of its time.
  • Electrical experiments were widely popular from around 1770.

widely criticized

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E.g.
  • The tightness of this definition was widely criticized.
  • The special was widely criticized and mocked for its absurd premise.
  • However, since the beginning of the series, it has been widely criticized.

widely cited

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E.g.
  • His works are widely cited by other authors.
  • "Myth & Legends of the Celts" (Penguin) is widely cited.
  • Her research in long term memory is widely cited in psychology.

became widely known

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E.g.
  • He soon became widely known as a popular preacher.
  • ", and became widely known as "High Leg Joō."
  • The hymn became widely known in Germany.

widely held

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E.g.
  • However, this opinion is no longer widely held.
  • classical foundationalism or idealism) is widely held.
  • He is widely held to be one of the 20th century's premier logicians.

widely acclaimed

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E.g.
  • The technology has been widely acclaimed by the medical community.
  • "To Liv(e)" is widely acclaimed by academic scholars and film critics.
  • Superstar (disambiguation) A superstar is a widely acclaimed celebrity.

used widely

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E.g.
  • Cucumber and tomato are used widely in salads.
  • The flag was used widely in a 2007 pro-EU march in Minsk.
  • The devices are still used widely in the fields of distribution and transport.

varies widely

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E.g.
  • Tool use varies widely depending on the species.
  • Canadian cuisine varies widely depending on the region.
  • Antibiotic consumption varies widely between countries.

widely credited

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E.g.
  • He is widely credited with restoring the popularity of the Appalachian dulcimer.
  • Greene and coach Noll are widely credited with turning the Steelers franchise around.
  • VisiCalc is widely credited for fueling the rapid growth of the personal computer industry.

widely publicized

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E.g.
  • The mission was successful and widely publicized.
  • The intent was to discourage abortion in a widely publicized trial.
  • The F-117 was widely publicized for its role in the Persian Gulf War of 1991.

widely published

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E.g.
  • He is widely published, and has written three books.
  • His story was widely published in English newspapers then.
  • Her work was widely published internationally, and spread rapidly.

widely spaced

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E.g.
  • The twin engines are housed in widely spaced nacelles.
  • The shell is flat with regular and widely spaced ribs.
  • Females have a pair of simple, widely spaced spermathecae.

more widely known

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E.g.
  • The ford is more widely known in English as Jacob's Ford.
  • It subsequently became the more widely known Committee for State Security (KGB).
  • It was not until the early 1980s that The Clark Sisters began to become more widely known.

become widely

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E.g.
  • Naranjo has become widely recognized.
  • has become widely established in western Europe, including the UK.

travelled widely

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E.g.
  • From early on Bozaci travelled widely in Europe.
  • Raman has travelled widely in and out of India.
  • It also indicates that he travelled widely.

widely recognised

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E.g.
  • However it was not widely recognised at that time.
  • He recently opined his frustration of not being more widely recognised.
  • His work on the possible chemistry of early life has been widely recognised.

widely acknowledged

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E.g.
  • Kelsen's "Pure Theory of Law" is widely acknowledged as his magnum opus.
  • Hayek's influence on the development of economics is widely acknowledged.
  • Trott was widely acknowledged as the finest all-round cricketer of his day.

published widely

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E.g.
  • He has published widely, both papers and books, such as:
  • She has published widely on these issues.
  • Joan Procter published widely in scientific books and journals.

widely respected

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E.g.
  • He was widely respected and mourned at the time of his death.
  • These last paintings are the most widely respected of his works.
  • In 1899, he settled in Jerusalem, where he was widely respected.

widely viewed

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E.g.
  • The interview was widely viewed as a complete disaster.
  • The incident was widely viewed as an apparent coup attempt against Shamir's leadership of the party.
  • Dining in North America is widely viewed as a social occasion, rather than simply an opportunity to eat.

widely cultivated

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E.g.
  • Cash crops like cardamom, pepper and tea are widely cultivated here.
  • Other species are saprotrophs, and "buna-shimeji" is now widely cultivated.
  • are widely cultivated.

widely separated

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E.g.
  • Coastal shipping links widely separated parts of the country.
  • Male flies have an exceptionally long second segment and widely separated eyes.
  • In Dyson's version of the theory life evolved in two stages, widely separated in time.

widely discussed

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E.g.
  • It has been widely discussed in the years since.
  • The incident was widely discussed by the media.
  • It is a widely discussed virtue in ethical theories of Hinduism.

traveled widely

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E.g.
  • He read and traveled widely and wrote for six decades.
  • Looking for inspiration outside Denmark, he traveled widely.
  • He spoke on the lecture circuit and traveled widely in Asia and Europe.

widely throughout

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E.g.
  • He also toured widely throughout South America.
  • Norethisterone is marketed widely throughout the world.
  • Dydrogesterone is available widely throughout the world.

still widely used

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E.g.
  • Cash is still widely used for most transactions.
  • A watered-down version of this is still widely used.
  • COBOL, C, and C++) are still widely used today.

most widely read

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E.g.
  • He has been called "probably the most widely read Islamic political analyst".
  • It was one of the most widely read texts of the High Middle Ages or even "the" most-read.
  • His dramas are among the most widely read and frequently performed stage pieces in Russia.

varied widely

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The impact of mass extinction events varied widely.
  • The circumscription of the genus has varied widely.
  • The content of the stump speech varied widely.

widely expected

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E.g.
  • The system was so novel that its engineering was widely expected to fail.
  • He was awarded his PhD with top honors, something that was widely expected.
  • Al-Huraiti had previously been widely expected to back the no-confidence vote.

first widely

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E.g.
  • This was the first widely popular all-nude musical.
  • The LG Optimus G is the first widely released device to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC.
  • For these reasons, FORTRAN is considered to be the first widely used cross-platform programming language.

widely criticised

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The report was widely criticised as a "whitewash".
  • The article caused outrage and was widely criticised.
  • During the 20th century, Aristotle's work was widely criticised.

widely spread

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E.g.
  • The long-range DF units were always widely spread.
  • Non-LTRs are widely spread in eukaryotic genomes.
  • The accordion is widely spread across the world.

most widely spoken

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E.g.
  • The most widely spoken language is Malayalam.
  • It is the most widely spoken of the three Ersu languages.
  • Afrikaans is the most widely spoken language in the town.

more widely used

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E.g.
  • However, the name "Persian" is still more widely used.
  • Liquid oxygen (LOX) is even more widely used but as an oxidizer, not a fuel.
  • In earlier times, it was much more widely used in breads, porridges, soups etc.

spread widely

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E.g.
  • The petals are a curved lance shape, long, about wide and spread widely apart.
  • The authorities considered suppressing the news, but it had already spread widely.
  • His cult spread widely during the Middle Ages, reaching Capua, Naples and Benevento.

widely across

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E.g.
  • However, severity may differ widely across the globe.
  • "A Sinner in Mecca" has been reviewed widely across the word.
  • Progress varied widely across demographic and national groups.

widely dispersed

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E.g.
  • During the war, departments had been widely dispersed.
  • Political power was widely dispersed among certain elites.
  • The ostrich is widely dispersed, but is found chiefly in the desert and steppe regions.

widely covered

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E.g.
  • Kuhl's work has been widely covered by the media.
  • Releases are widely covered in the media.
  • This case was one of the first trials to be widely covered by the media.

widely practiced

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E.g.
  • Falconry is widely practiced by Qataris.
  • Hydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids is widely practiced.
  • saponification, is a widely practiced route to metallic soaps.

widely studied

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E.g.
  • DNA methylation is the most widely studied epigenetic mechanism.
  • The V1a vasopressin receptor gene is a mechanism most widely studied.
  • French is also widely studied.

very widely

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E.g.
  • The yellowmouth grouper is very widely spread.
  • The Sarum or Salisbury Breviary itself was very widely used.
  • In Hungary, dill is very widely used.

not widely used

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E.g.
  • Was not considered successful and not widely used.
  • Syllabic abbreviations are not widely used in English.
  • However these are not widely used due to lack of profit.

widely quoted

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E.g.
  • He has been widely quoted as the "last of the great physicians".
  • His books are widely quoted, when history of Kashmir is discussed.
  • The "Zhen'gao"'s Examination of the Corpse section is widely quoted (Strickmann 1979: 182).

became more widely

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E.g.
  • Later SLC radar and GL radar for the HAA guns became more widely available.
  • As Gullah culture mingled with white southern culture, the custom became more widely practiced.
  • In the latter half of the 2010s, a vegan variant of Scouse quickly became more widely available.

exhibited widely

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E.g.
  • She exhibited widely in Texas, and died in Dallas.
  • She exhibited widely in Texas during her career.
  • Cole's prints were exhibited widely during the 1980s and 1990s.

widely grown

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E.g.
  • It is widely grown in parks and gardens in temperate regions.
  • Coconut trees are also widely grown.
  • The flowers are hermaphrodite, and are widely grown in horticulture.

widely varying

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E.g.
  • TESOL is a large field of employment with widely varying degrees of regulation.
  • Trapshooting outside of official events follows ATA rules and norms to widely varying degrees.
  • The combat now became so frenetic that the surviving pilots later gave widely varying accounts.

widely supported

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E.g.
  • Meinhof's model was widely supported into the 1940s.
  • Chelsea are among the most widely supported football clubs in the world.
  • CSM Bucharest is one of the most widely supported handball clubs in Romania.

widely planted

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E.g.
  • It is widely planted in Chile where it was historically mistaken for Sauvignon blanc.
  • Also, GM crops have been widely planted since the late 1990s, but CCD did not appear until 2006.
  • It is widely planted either along borders of gardens or as an intercrop throughout many traditional gardens in the tropics.

most widely distributed

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E.g.
  • It "is one of the most widely distributed wild potato species."
  • The masked shrew is the most widely distributed shrew (Merritt 1995).
  • Copper was the hardest of these metals, and the most widely distributed.

so widely

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E.g.
  • He had no idea it would become so widely known.
  • It has become so widely used that most don't realize it is not part of official ASCII.
  • As a result of junshi being practiced so widely, it was outlawed by a number of daimyō.

became widely used

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E.g.
  • It also became widely used in trade and commerce.
  • The Eurohound was good for mushing and became widely used.
  • However, aluminium became widely used only starting with World War I in 1914.

not widely known

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E.g.
  • As a result, these funds are not widely known.
  • Despite this, Roosevelt's affair was not widely known until the 1960s.
  • However, his death was not widely known until Sir Roger Moore paid tribute to him on Twitter on 17 October.

most widely accepted

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E.g.
  • The two most widely accepted altered states are sleep and dreaming.
  • It is one of the most widely accepted and well-validated tests for ToM within adults.
  • Nonetheless, British Isles is still the most widely accepted term for the archipelago.

widely admired

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E.g.
  • Reinach was widely admired and a remarkable teacher.
  • The Frasers' design for the half dollar has been widely admired.
  • His huge work capacity was widely admired by his colleagues and crew.

widely condemned

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E.g.
  • Weltmer was widely condemned and denounced as a fraudster.
  • This statement was widely condemned by many Iranian politicians.
  • The work was widely condemned as unethical, dangerous, and premature.

widely celebrated

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E.g.
  • Martenitsa is also widely celebrated.
  • Christmas is a public holiday in Singapore that is widely celebrated.
  • He is widely celebrated as one of America’s premier tap dance artists.

widely perceived

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E.g.
  • Surveys suggest Fox News is widely perceived to be ideological.
  • The group is widely perceived to act as a counter to the Muslim Council of Britain.
  • At the death of the pearl diving industry the dhow is widely perceived to have been disposed.

widely scattered

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E.g.
  • The sketches remain widely scattered, many of them in private hands.
  • Petrovsky's examples put together widely scattered sections of continents.
  • When Gallitzin first started, there were few families, and those were widely scattered.

more widely available

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E.g.
  • Later SLC radar and GL radar for the HAA guns became more widely available.
  • This invention gradually made books less expensive to produce, and more widely available.
  • It substantially reduced the cost of book production, and made books more widely available.

not widely accepted

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E.g.
  • The division into subgenera is not widely accepted.
  • These theories are not widely accepted, however.
  • However, his theory was not widely accepted.

widely understood

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E.g.
  • English is widely understood as well as French.
  • French is also widely understood.
  • The most spoken language in the village is Oshiwambo but English is widely understood too.

widely thought

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E.g.
  • They are widely thought most vulnerable to Grover's algorithm.
  • Akin's comments were widely thought to be the main reason he lost the senatorial election.
  • The manuscript was widely thought to be in Old Welsh until the 18th century when it was identified as Cornish.

widely copied

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E.g.
  • This system was widely copied in various NATO forces.
  • Nevertheless, the style was widely copied by men of all ages.
  • It has been widely copied, originally by mandolin maker Bob Givens.

now widely used

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E.g.
  • MSC is now widely used by development aid agencies, especially NGOs.
  • This approach to regulation is now widely used in Canada and several countries overseas.
  • In the 2010s, electronic musical instruments are now widely used in most styles of music.

widely publicised

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E.g.
  • The $5 denomination was also issued, despite not being widely publicised in the changeover campaign.
  • Although workfare did exist in the 2000s under New Labour, it was not widely publicised or widely used.
  • After his brother committed a widely publicised murder-robbery in Kraków, he began to call himself "Żymierski" around 1913.

not been widely

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E.g.
  • However, the impact of this omission on long-term pain has not been widely studied so far.
  • Private equity has not been widely used in Egypt in the past as a source of funding for businesses.
  • The name Chloanthaceae has not been widely adopted and "Pityrodia" is now included in the Lamiaceae.

widely applied

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E.g.
  • Such reactions are widely applied to the production of dyes.
  • Nevertheless it remains widely applied.
  • This model was successfully validated in animals and then widely applied in humans.

lectured widely

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E.g.
  • He wrote and lectured widely about astronomy for professional and popular audiences.
  • From 1970 on, he lectured widely throughout the world on various aspects of American music.
  • He lectured widely in this country and abroad and attended many national and international meetings.

widely appreciated

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E.g.
  • Songs were widely appreciated by media and audience.
  • This stone is widely appreciated in Japan for its ornamental value.
  • Gurshabad is also widely appreciated as the Geetkariyan fame singer.

widely disseminated

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E.g.
  • Jackalow became a wanted man, and his description was widely disseminated.
  • The Beale thesis was widely disseminated by the influential survey of Charles A.
  • Conspiracy theories about Jews are widely disseminated in Saudi Arabian state-controlled media.

widely assumed

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E.g.
  • He had been widely assumed to be preparing a run for president.
  • Lincoln's mother Nancy is widely assumed, absent documentation, to have been the daughter of Lucey Hanks.
  • It was widely assumed that this was McCartney working under a pseudonym and the album became a collector's item.

widely reviewed

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E.g.
  • The book was critically acclaimed and widely reviewed.
  • It had a high media profile, and was widely reviewed and discussed.
  • It was widely reviewed.

widely referred

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E.g.
  • This practice has been widely referred to as "Caviar diplomacy".
  • The painting has been widely referred to and pastiched in art, film.
  • "Hands" is still widely referred to as one of the greatest Irish TV series of all time.

toured widely

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E.g.
  • At times, its company of dancers has toured widely.
  • He also toured widely throughout South America.
  • It ran through 1907 and then toured widely.
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