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Beijing’s wide avenues and boulevards
An earthquake shook a wide area of southern Italy on Saturday.
The stream is about 4 feet wide here.
The roads are barely wide enough for cars.
Her proposal has gained wide support in the last few months.
His wide experience of the business world proved invaluable to us.
Workers must carry out a wide range of tasks.
We carry the area’s widest selection of wines.
She won the election by a wide margin.
The report looks at women’s employment in its wider social context.
Senior managers are expected to take a wider view of problems.
a wide smile/grin
The boy looked at the intruder, his eyes wide with fear.
a few inches wide of the target