Far

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

so far   (hasta aquí)

The only such cube constructed so far is order 8.

The album has so far been well received by critics.

Only four teams have won the championship so far.

far more   (mucho más)

Dolphins are mentioned far more often than whales.

Historical navies were far more rigid in structure.

He depicts red far more fluidly, yet systematically.

far away   (muy lejos)

Meanwhile, not far away, Frid sleeps in Petra's lap.

For example, not far away is the village of Toronto.

But I was far away and I couldn’t see properly."

not far   (no lejos)

John Wheelwright and not far from Ashby cum Fenby.

He keeps a workshop not far from Florence in Italy.

Meanwhile, not far away, Frid sleeps in Petra's lap.

too far   (Muy lejos)

Morgan apologized, saying that he had "gone too far".

They felt Point of Honor was too far out in the country.

People are just reading way too far into it.

far north   (extremo norte)

This infilling went as far north as Corlear's Hook.

The range extends as far north as the Avon River.

It extends as far north as Inglewood and St Arnaud.

far back   (muy atras)

Lorain city schools dates far back as to 1875.

It is not clear how far back this marker can be dated.

Bags have been prevalent as far back as ancient Egypt.

far south

Another stream rises in the far south of Anning City.

It may extend as far south as the Bass Strait.

It is electrified as far south as Long Branch.

far less   (mucho menos)

In every group, women were far less literate than men.

However the Indian grid transmits far less electricity.

A cable also requires far less maintenance than a chain.

thus far   (hasta ahora)

Reviews collated thus far have been mostly positive.

Each project has thus far been independently funded.

Jonny and Colin are the only members remaining thus far.

far too

We knew the real thing would be far too limiting."

However, the mistake was discovered far too late.

Höss regarded this figure as "far too high.

far the most   (lejos el más)

Shani is by far the most brutal of the human CPUs.

Polyethylene-based WPCs are by far the most common.

By far the most successful Euro disco act was ABBA.

far beyond   (mucho más allá)

Latin had an impact far beyond the classical world.

She writes:The work was far beyond our capacity.

Still, "a total replacement was far beyond available resources.

how far

It is not clear how far back this marker can be dated.

So it is evident how far the music in Lithuania made headway.

The labellum varies in how far it is split at the end into two lobes.

far west

They have been seen as far west as Micronesia.

Tibetans were active as far west as Samarkand and Kabul.

They have also been seen as far west as Wisconsin and Texas.

far greater   (mucho mayor)

The episode had a far greater impact in Germany than overseas.

Radio has a far greater reach, with 13 private radio stations.

Deaths from chest wounds were of a far greater number than other wounds.

far east

It can be found as far east as Mongolia.

Its grade B signal can be seen as far east as Charlotte itself.

It is found in the western Mediterranean as far east as Tunisia.

far side

On the far side of the hammock was Lake Okeechobee.

A crater on the Moon's far side is named after him.

It is located in the northern part of the Moon's far side.

far right   (más a la derecha)

His tomb is within the far right of the walled enclosure.

He is characterised as representative of Ukraine's far right.

On the far right a column indicates the entrance to Hades' palace.

far enough

However, democracy advocates criticized the law for not going far enough.

The problem with Nietzsche, as Derrida sees it, is that he did not go far enough.

By 1903, Mickevičius felt that the LDP did not go far enough in its political goals.

far the largest

Grand Cayman is by far the largest, with an area of .

Christianity is by far the largest religion on Bermuda.

The Italian Communist Party was by far the largest party.

went so far

He even went so far as "[...defending] Italian policy."

Hut even went so far as to predict a 1528 coming of the kingdom of God.

He went so far to state Roosevelt "never met an animal he didn't kill."

going so far

Since joining Dan, Iceman has matured considerably, going so far as to forgive Falcon.

The translator becomes obsessed with the imagery, going so far as to see himself depicted within the ancient work.

Bill has gone more into darkness, going so far as to control the Authority and injure Jessica and put her in a cage.

far behind   (muy por detrás)

Claw was leading but Sting was not far behind.

Island City, Cove, and Summerville were not far behind.

Even in Eastern Europe, industrialization lagged far behind.

far better   (mucho mejor)

He was far better in counsel than in fluent or ornate speech."

He performed far better, going 2-3 with a 3.64 ERA in ten starts.

But it's still a far better movie than we had a right to expect."

went as far

This infilling went as far north as Corlear's Hook.

Its actions went as far as political assassination.

Protesters even went as far as calling EA the anti-christ.

far as possible

As far as possible, things were left in the original state.

"As far as possible woman was emancipated from menial duties."

First a desk study to collate the information above as far as possible.

very far   (muy lejos)

They told me because they lived so very far off.

It is very far from Earth, with a distance of about .

When the bell rings, the toll can be heard very far away.

far below

Units were also far below regimental quotas.

Bugs then falls out of the underside into a stream far below.

Therefore, Riesi's actual population lies far below the official number.

far end

The far end of the pier had been closed since 1986.

At the far end of the cemetery is a Cross of Sacrifice.

At the far end the conduit opens up into two small caverns.

far fewer   (muchos menos)

The Mandragore has far fewer people, but they refuse to give up.

These sermons in poetry are far fewer in number than the madrāšê.

Rand's nonfiction received far fewer reviews than her novels had.

going as far

Ngugi also discusses Kenya's past, going as far back as 1896, when Kenya was "annexed" by the British.

The United States did not want to get involved, only going as far as suggesting the possibility of arbitration.

The emperor repeatedly sought his counsel, going as far as visiting him incognito at the monastery in Psamathia.

back as far   (de vuelta tan lejos)

The rest of the songs date back as far as 1967's "Marionette".

The first known traces of human arthritis date back as far as 4500 BC.

Merriam-Webster's dictionary traces the usage of the term back as far as 1903.

far only   (solo lejos)

This is the first and so far only time that Namibia won the pageant.

It was the first, and so far only, occasion in which Cyprus placed last.

That title was the university's first and so far only national team title.

far removed

She had to create and interpret a character that was "very different" and far removed from herself.

Together, these gave a sound far removed from her initial folk roots and much closer to ordinary rock.

There was no battle action at the fort since the western United States was far removed from the Civil War.

far left

Gen Henry Prince's brigade formed the far left opposite Ewell.

Gen. Julius H. Stahel on the far left, his left flank near Congers Creek.

On the far left staircase there are seven mezzanine classrooms and offices.

far and wide

His fame spread far and wide like the rays of the sun.

Known far and wide, Wutong Mountain has a long history.

The mystical power of this temple is well known far and wide.

far off   (lejos)

They told me because they lived so very far off.

They think it is far off, but We see it as near at hand."

The former president asked, "How far off is military despotism?"

least as far

It dates back at least as far as recorded history.

Records trace gambling in Japan back at least as far as the 14th century.

Humans inhabited the delta region at least as far back as 5,000 years ago.

far superior   (muy superior)

His later "Textbook of Lamba Grammar" is far superior in this respect.

This design proved far superior to many of its contemporaries, especially with vehicle stability and handling.

The delay occasioned by the switch in missions allowed LM-3 to be available, a machine the crew found far superior.

far larger

Thutmose III built a far larger temple, about .

In actuality, for most cases the running time is far larger than the output; see below.

If successful, it will give Botswana companies free access to the far larger regional market.

far higher

This has a far higher spontaneous fission rate and radioactivity than plutonium-239.

This is far higher than for the ocean primarily because of the contribution of clouds.

The house edge for side bets is generally far higher than for the blackjack game itself.

far apart

Is the East, after all, so far apart from the West?

Both sides were still far apart when negotiations ended.

The wing pivot points are significantly spaced far apart.

so far only   (solo hasta ahora)

This is the first and so far only time that Namibia won the pageant.

It was the first, and so far only, occasion in which Cyprus placed last.

That title was the university's first and so far only national team title.

far eastern   (Lejano este)

Beverly view is located in the far eastern section of Ashburn.

Mudburra is one of the far eastern forms of the Pama-Nyungan Ngumbin languages.

The far eastern half of the crater is marked by a ray system running north–south.

too far away

"Mercury" had drifted too far away to come to the rescue either.

Surely Tomie is not too far away...

Lee's agent Adam Katz said the two parties were too far away in negotiations.

far western   (lejano oeste)

It is found in far western Brazil and southeastern Peru.

The far western regions of the archipelago are where the dragons live.

Scottsdale is located in the far western portion of Ashburn in Chicago.

far northern

It dissipated early on August 24 in the far northern Atlantic Ocean.

A couple of days later, the remnants of How dissipated in the far northern Atlantic.

The town was in the recent past known as a centre of far northern German Catholicism.

far ahead   (más adelante)

Sidney Cotton's aerial photographs were far ahead of their time.

The things he was teaching was so far ahead of what others were teaching."

Future championships as far ahead as 2024 have been scheduled at the UD Arena.

far afield   (muy lejos)

Sightings have been reported as far afield as Canada.

This proved very popular and attracted women to Rawene from far afield.

Merchants from as far afield as Indonesia and Malaysia passed through the settlement.

far above

Despite the mountainous location, it is not far above sea level.

The Sabres, who didn’t expect that, stayed in the height, far above and behind.

Test results were well above, and in maths and science far above, the national average.

go far

The problem with Nietzsche, as Derrida sees it, is that he did not go far enough.

By 1903, Mickevičius felt that the LDP did not go far enough in its political goals.

Some Democrats who voted "no" believed the plan did not go far enough to restore funding.

found as far

A scoria fallout is found as far as east of Alumbrera.

Fossils have been found as far south as Baja California.

It can be found as far east as Mongolia.

reached as far

In many places, the waves reached as far as inland.

They even went overseas, and reached as far as the Jerusalem Artists House Museum.

In their nomadic travel they reached as far as the Melwiya river in the north and Tuat in the south.

km far

Rajnota is approximately 15 km far from the Kotputli.

It is 1  km far from a village near the pipra village.

It is 11 km far away from Banki police station cum NAC.

far exceeded

These had an armament that far exceeded the power of the American ships.

This number far exceeded the number of slaves who were taken to the Americas.

The requirement for trucks far exceeded Pershing's initial order and Clydesdale struggled to keep up with demand.

far lower

Smaller investors had earned far lower proceeds.

Employment in the yard is far lower.

Popularity and average salaries in women's leagues are far lower.

extended as far   (extendido hasta)

Damage from Nadia extended as far inland as Malawi.

Eventually Leavitt's business interests extended as far as Spain.

Over the next 3 years, the line was extended as far south as Leinestraße.

population so far

The town does not have any Schedule Tribe population so far.

go as far

Northbound trains go as far as Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Once he said to go as far as we could, it became great fun to write."

Records of slavery in Ancient Greece go as far back as Mycenaean Greece.

far short

That total came from 13,072 tickets sold, far short of a sellout.

We tried to find a solution, but the remedies offered fell far short of resolving the concerns."

The club's fortunes picked up towards the end of the season, but leaving them far short of the play-offs.

only as far   (solo tan lejos)

During the attack he goes only as far as he finds something to steal or sack.

Funding at that time was in place for the extension only as far as Pioneer Road.

In either case, a new wave of Avars retook Pannonia in 677 but only as far as the Sava and Danube.

goes as far

The resemblance goes as far as B-2 and YB-49 having the same wingspan.

The club goes as far back as 1921, when it played in the Duhallow division.

There is evidence that a Syrian Malware Team goes as far back as January 1, 2011.

far reaching

The dog's movement should be graceful and far reaching.

The impact of the charismatic movement was far reaching in the AOG.

The hill has views far reaching views both east and west, including over Salisbury.

still far   (aun lejos)

Both sides were still far apart when negotiations ended.

(1984) Ltd. although the club's finances were still far from secure.

However, the Journal Company's bid was still far below Field's asking price.

reaching as far

For many years, Višnjić travelled as a vagrant throughout the Balkans, reaching as far as Shkodër.

In the final minutes of the half, the Bearcats went on a 15-play drive reaching as far as the UCF 12 yard line.

Within ten years, Harmony expanded to thirty-three campuses across the state, reaching as far as El Paso and Dallas.

far between

Unfortunately, such moments are few and far between."

Even Afghan soldiers are few and far between.

He did have some excellent outings, but they were few and far between.

far the best

She is by far the best musician I have ever played with.

Hammond said, "He is by far the best bass player around.

By far the best proven effect is chloracne.

few and far

Unfortunately, such moments are few and far between."

Even Afghan soldiers are few and far between.

He did have some excellent outings, but they were few and far between.

far smaller

Wilkinson revised the project to a far smaller scale.

After 1925, the Presbyterian presence in Ottawa was far smaller.

"Dry docks", which were far smaller, took individual ships for repairing.

far cry   (muy lejos)

But it’s a far cry from hardcore punk.

To live in spite, to say 'no' to Hitler is a far cry from living 'yes' to Judaism.

This cheese is a far cry from the mass-produced confections found in the grocery store.

far worse   (mucho peor)

Erosion might have been far worse, had there not been timely intervention.

Hartigan smells a set-up, and something far worse: the distinct odor of rotting garbage.

Robert, who was far worse, rode on the only horse they had, while Andrew walked behind them.

not too far

Surely Tomie is not too far away...

The remains of the "Amboy" lie not too far from the wreck of the "Spencer".

The Kowloon ambulance depot is not too far away on Princess Margaret Road, Homantin.

far longer

In contrast, the terminal half-life of DHEA-S is far longer, at 7 to 10 hours.

If so, a far longer observation arc can allow a far more precise orbital calculation.

In East Asia, the scroll remained standard for far longer than in the Mediterranean world.

not far away

Meanwhile, not far away, Frid sleeps in Petra's lap.

For example, not far away is the village of Toronto.

Southeast towards the central station is the Falken-Realschule, not far away from the Hartranft Elementary School.

far inland   (tierra adentro)

Damage from Nadia extended as far inland as Malawi.

Effects spread as far inland as Malawi.

A Berber-led expedition invaded in 1593, sweeping as far inland as the capital.

gone too far

Morgan apologized, saying that he had "gone too far".

But the affair had gone too far.

Davenport had gone too far, charisma or no, and the crowd quickly dispersed.

goes so far

This belief goes so far as to include superstition as well.

The animosity goes so far that Maddy even tries to frame Sam.

Indeed, he goes so far as to organize his fellow grouse to outwit the guns.

far future   (futuro lejano)

In the far future, Darren is reincarnated by Mr.

Humanity is fated to lose control of them in the far future.

The game is set in the far future.

far more common

Wooden flutes were far more common before the early 20th century.

Ilke Wylluda) but turning on the ball of the foot is far more common.

The ghost who is very like the living is far more common than any other.

far achieved

His batting average was the highest so far achieved, narrowly beating W. G. Grace's record of 78.25 in 1871.

far more likely   (mucho mas probable)

Republicans are far more likely to say they are born-again (52%) than Democrats (36%) or independents (32%)."

They are far less likely than men to be politically active and far more likely to be victims of domestic violence."

Many films and television programs overdramatise car explosions, showing them as being far more likely than they actually are.

so far achieved

His batting average was the highest so far achieved, narrowly beating W. G. Grace's record of 78.25 in 1871.

far outside   (muy lejos)

Afaq Khoja's influence spread far outside of Xinjiang.

The event took place on the Champ de Mars, which was at the time far outside Paris.

The event took place on the Champ de Mars, which was located far outside of Paris at the time.

go so far

But that can only go so far.

I was just starting to play an instrument and I had no idea you could go so far."

French belote rules go so far as to prescribe that the deck never be shuffled between hands.

far southern

It is indigenous to the coastal rocks, dunes and plains along the far southern coast of South Africa.

The Chinese astronomer Yi Xing had journeyed south to chart Canopus and other far southern stars in 724 AD.

Waiōhinu is at the far southern tip of the island of Hawaii, on Hawaii Route 11, which is part of the Hawaii Belt Road.

even as far

Bodies floated downriver to Washington and even as far as Mt.

Students from all parts of Fiji, even as far away as Vanua Levu, came to attend the school.

Artifacts found at the site suggest trade routes between Jebel Moya and its surrounding areas, even as far as Egypt.

located far

This only swamp forest in Bangladesh is located far from Sylhet.

The radar receive antenna is located far from the radar transmit antenna in bistatic radar.

Ramose and Hatnofer's own tomb was not located far from the chapel (TT71) of his son Senemut.

placed far

However, they have their feet placed far back on the body, making them quite ungainly on land.

If the mouthpiece is not placed far enough into the mouth, no sound will be generated, as the reed will not vibrate.

advanced as far

The drive advanced as far as the Toledo 20-yard line, where Connecticut was stopped.

The Kings advanced as far as the 2014 Royal Bank Cup semi-finals before being eliminated.

Dunovant's men advanced as far as the ditch and abatis, but were driven back by heavy fire.

extending as far

The entire route (now extending as far south as Chagrin Blvd.)

Sargon II mentions it as extending as far as Dilmun or "sea-land" (littoral Eastern Arabia).

A 2009 discovery provides strong evidence of microbial stromatolites extending as far back as 3.45 billion years ago.

line as far

The MNR double tracked the line as far as Yimianpo in 1939, and relaid the line with heavier rail in 1942.

On 8 July 1901, The Rock became a junction station with the opening of the Oaklands line as far as Lockhart.

Any coal from Coalpit Heath for the A&GR line would therefore travel over the B&GlosR line as far as the junction.

far down   (muy abajo)

Finally he heard the bomb explode, the muffled "pung pung" far down inside the creature.

On 21 November 2011, Keinan joined Crystal Palace on a six-week loan after finding himself far down the pecking order.

In 1886 an "uprising" among the First Nations was occurring far down the Rocky Mountain Trench along the Kootenay River.

far more important

Under his influence, form, technique and structure became far more important considerations within Gujarati poetry.

The Druze always played a far more important role in Syrian politics than its comparatively small population would suggest.

They were displayed on all official documents as well as on coins, and were far more important in identifying a sultan than his portrait.

went far

His command went far toward saving the day for the South.

Of this experience he wrote: "The wounds I suffered went far beyond the scars on my buttocks."

So he proposed in the preface of the work: This book went far beyond its masterful portrayal of the known.

far and away

He claimed that this is the most realistic and rightful effort in the conditions that is far and away from Islamic Sources.

The houses at Phase 4 were far and away the best preserved in the site, with some preserved to the level of the original roofs.

"Consequence of Sound", in a 2015 top 10 of the band's best songs, ranked it as number four, calling it "far and away the best track on the album."

extends as far

The range extends as far north as the Avon River.

It extends as far north as Inglewood and St Arnaud.

It has been identified in Eritrea and may have a distribution that extends as far as Tanzania.

far too much

We obviously spent far too much money.

I recycled far too much material from other epics", particularly the Apocalypse War.

Charles, on the other hand, feels very out of place and drinks far too much champagne.

south as far

It is widespread across much of Mexico from Coahuila and Tamaulipas south as far as Oaxaca and Veracruz.

Envoys were sent by ship to buy grain from the coastal towns of Etruria, the Volsci and others to the south as far as Cumae.

Its range covers most of northern North America extending south as far down to Maryland, along the Rocky Mountains in the west, and to the Appalachians in the east.

far the only   (lejos el único)

Monks was the first, and so far the only, female MP for Chorley.

In doing so, she became the first woman, and so far the only woman to win an F1 race.

Egypt is so far the only country in Africa or the Middle East to possess an aircraft carrier.