Synonyms of broad in English:

broad


See definition of broad

adjective

1‘they descended the broad flight of steps’

SYNONYMS
wide, large, big
ANTONYMS

narrow

2‘the leaves are six inches long and two inches broad’

SYNONYMS
in breadth, in width, from side to side, wide, across, thick
ANTONYMS

long

3‘a broad expanse of grass prairie’

SYNONYMS
extensive, vast, immense, great, spacious, expansive, sizeable, sweeping, rambling, rolling, ample, spread out, far reaching, boundless, immeasurable

4‘they offer a broad range of opportunities for young would-be executives’

SYNONYMS
comprehensive, inclusive, extensive, wide, wide-ranging, broad-ranging, encyclopedic, all-embracing
general, universal, catholic, eclectic, unlimited
cross-disciplinary, interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary
ANTONYMS

limited

5‘this report gives only a broad outline of our environmental performance’

SYNONYMS
general, non-specific, unspecific, unfocused, rough, approximate, overall, sweeping, basic, loose, indefinite, vague, hazy, fuzzy, woolly
North American informal ballpark
ANTONYMS

detailed, precise

6‘he dropped a broad hint’

SYNONYMS
obvious, direct, plain, clear, unsubtle, explicit, straightforward, bald, clear-cut, manifest, patent, conspicuous, transparent, prominent, unmistakable, undisguised, unconcealed, overt, undeniable
ANTONYMS

subtle

7‘the broad humour of the campaign has been toned down’

SYNONYMS
indecent, improper, coarse, unrefined, indelicate, ribald, risqué, racy, rude, spicy, suggestive, naughty, indecorous, off colour, earthy, smutty, dirty, filthy, vulgar, gross
informal blue, near the bone, near the knuckle

8‘a broad Somerset accent’

SYNONYMS
noticeable, strong, thick, heavy, pronounced
ANTONYMS

slight

9‘he was attacked in broad daylight’

SYNONYMS
full, complete, total, clear, bright, plain, undiminished