breadth collocations and examples

 UK /bredθ/

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a wide range of different things or ideas


Adjectives frequently used with breadth
considerable, extraordinary, full, great, impressive, sheer, unrivalled, wideThe university has an unrivalled breadth of expertise in the social sciences and humanities.
Verbs frequently used with breadth
demonstrate, have, illustrate, increase, offer, provide, reflect, showYour essay demonstrates a wide breadth of knowledge.
Nouns frequently used after breadth of
knowledge or experience: experience, expertise, interests, knowledge, skills, understanding, visionWe value the breadth of experience mature students bring.subjects: activities, coverage, subjects, topicsThe strength of the book is the breadth of its coverage.
 
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