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Pronunciation of In Broad Daylight: Learn how to pronounce In Broad Daylight in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word broad:

adjective
1having a distance larger than usual from side to side; wide:
a broad staircase
(after a measurement) giving the distance from side to side:
the valley is three miles long and half a mile broad
large in area:
a broad expanse of paddy fields
2covering a large number and wide scope of subjects:
the company has a broad range of experience
having a wide range of meanings or applications; loosely defined:
our range of programmes comprises three broad categories
including many people of many kinds:
the polls registered broad support for Labour
3general; without detail:
a broad outline of the legal framework for pension schemes
(of a hint) clear and unambiguous; not subtle:
a broad hint
(of a phonetic transcription) showing only meaningful distinctions in sound and ignoring minor details.
4somewhat coarse and indecent:
the broad humour has been toned down
5(of a regional accent) very noticeable and strong:
the words had a distinct tang of broad Lancashire
noun
North American informal
a woman:
I get drunk, follow the pretty broads, and make a fool of myself
Phrases

broad in the beam
informal
(of a person) fat around the hips.
in broad daylight
during daylight hours, and surprising for this reason:
the kidnap took place in broad daylight
Derivatives

broadness
noun
Origin:

Old English brād, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch breed and German breit