Central Bank is a bank that deals mainly with other banks and the government and assumes broad responsibilities in the interests of the national economy apart from the earning of profits.
Another tendency of many Japanese that bothers foreigners is to make statements that are too general and too broad by using or implying words like "all" and "every".
Wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction.
The broad lines on the map correspond to roads.
Into this broad category fall companies that run money lending and insurance businesses.
Over seven years ago, the United States pursued al Qaeda and the Taliban with broad international support. We did not go by choice, we went because of necessity.
When we arrived at the house, Chin and Chilla were sitting at the top of a broad flight of stairs.
We provide broad services to the computer end users, based on our experience and technical expertise.
Plato having defined man to be a two-legged animal without feathers, Diogenes plucked a cock and brought it into the Academy, and said, "This is Plato’s man." On which account this addition was made to the definition,—"With broad flat nails."
Of course, the package of measures that we are considering is quite broad.
She saw her boyfriend and a broad grin appeared on her face.
There are two broad drone categories: fixed wing and rotary.
You can see both sides of almost any issue -- and while it might exasperate your friends and lead to a few Hamlet moments, you're perfectly happy with your broad perspective
English word "广大"(broad) occurs in sets:词汇 (A-D) - Vocabulary (A-D)
The Sistine Chapel is a vast chapel built inside the Vatican Palace in 1473.
I think the pope should sell off some of the vast holdings of his church to feed the starving poor.
It causes these vast bleaching events that are the first signs of corals of being sick.
The Milky Way is a vast belt of distant stars, each similar to our sun.
Your intelligence is as vast as the distance between Bombay and Mumbai.
The vast majority of high school students I know can't read an unknown word and pronounce the letters in the right order, let alone pronounce it correctly or naturally.
He is very much interested in Japanese history. We are surprised at his vast knowledge of the subject.
Alfonso VI found a vast number of books when he conquered Muslim Toledo in 1085.
Internet is a vast network connecting innumerable computers on a world scale.
Many men nowadays seem to have the feeling that in vast modern societies there is nothing of importance that the individual can do.
The Empty Quarter is a vast desert in Saudi Arabia, populated by just a few nomadic tribes.
Stretching over 10 time zones and four mountain ranges, Russia is a country of staggeringly vast proportions.
The Single European Act of 1986 launches a vast six-year programme to sort these out.
There was nothing wrong with their ability, it was just that the expense for each unit was so vast that the cost performance was bad.