Translation for 'widespread' from English to Russian
ADJ   widespread | more widespread / widerspread | most widespread
SYNO far-flung | widespread
широко распространённый {adj}widespread
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Usage Examples English
  • Outside Israel, observance of Yom Yerushalayim is widespread, especially in Orthodox circles.
  • This species is widespread across much of Eurasia but it lives on other continents where it was introduced, including North America where it is a widespread weed.
  • The beverage industry was very large and widespread.
  • polyxena" is widespread in the middle and southern Europe (southeastern France, Italy, Slovakia and Greece) covering all the Balkans and reaching the south of Kazakhstan and the Urals.
  • relictum" is geographically widespread, and is the most widespread malaria parasite of birds.

  • Cultural attitudes towards menstruation, including taboos, are widespread throughout history and around the world.
  • One species is widespread in southern Africa, while the other three have restricted ranges, often occurring with or near to the widespread species.
  • There is no current consensus among historians about widespread apocalypticism in the year 1000.
  • Snowfall was widespread on 28 October, with lying snow also widespread.
  • The popularity of high-quality compressed music and the widespread availability of Internet access enabled widespread copyright infringement (most notably through Napster) followed by widespread legitimate sales of music online through the Apple iTunes Music Store,, and others.

  • The soldier's act sparked widespread public debate in Israel, that became a continuation of an already widespread debate over how one should implement the rules of engagement orders in the wake of the wave of Palestinian political violence.
  • At the end of the nineteenth century some further passenger connections were opened, but in the twentieth century widespread decline took place as collieries and iron works reduced their output and eventually closed, followed by widespread loss of passenger traffic.
  • There is evidence for a decline in south and east Britain but it remains widespread elsewhere.
  • Boxwood blight (also known as box blight or boxwood leaf drop) is a widespread fungal disease affecting boxwoods (box plants), caused by "Cylindrocladium buxicola" (also called "Calonectria pseudonaviculata").
  • Amnesty International described Mali as "on the brink of a major humanitarian disaster" following the coup and rebellion due to aid agency pull-outs, widespread looting, and widespread reports of violence against girls and women in the north.

  • The most common genus is "Philodromus" which is widespread, similar to "Ebo".
  • Due to contaminated water being widespread, in the mid-1980s urban families started installing filtration units at home.
  • Widespread unemployment caused by the Great Depression and allegations of corruption against Squires and his government along with the government's inability to deal with the economic crisis created widespread discontent and political instability.
  • However, accusations of fraud were widespread and the announcement of the results lead to widespread protests.
  • Despite having only two families, Picides is an extremely widespread group; the family Picidae is the largest and most widespread in the order Piciformes, containing over 200 species in three subfamilies and being found on all continents except Australia and Antarctica.

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