Traducción de far-flung en Español:

far-flung

remoto, adj.

Pronunciación ///ˈfɑr ˈfləŋ/

adjetivo

  • 1

    (distant)
    remoto
    lejano
    • These characters were from far-flung corners of the world, and each had their own fighting styles.
    • Its production on the moon would enable rockets to re-fuel on their way to far-flung corners of the earth's solar system.
    • Rumors reach Jerusalem that Paul was preaching to the Gentiles in the far-flung corners of the Roman Empire.
    • Casting the net for Nessie has meant research extending not only to the four corners of Britain, but to loci as far-flung as Canada and Australia.
    • After an extensive search extending over two or three days I usually come across him in a far-flung corner of the store, trying to root out an obscure type of soy sauce.
    • And the club has been receiving messages of support from far-flung corners of the globe.
    • Marooned in this far-flung corner of the world by the tyranny of distance and outrageous airfares, the only way to get out of it is to, well, get out of it.
    • The Centre must also realise that people in far-flung corners of the country are as important as those in Uttar Pradesh or Karnataka.
    • The trading networks which played such a crucial role in the development of the Muslim empire were able to carry new ideas to far-flung corners of the world.
    • A diving photographer looms over a spectacular sea garden off the coast of Ambon, an island in a far-flung corner of eastern Indonesia.
    • It does not matter if a bookshop is located in an obscure alley or a far-flung locality as long as a discount has been announced or a rare book is known to be available.
    • So, for a last chance to jive and mingle with the last remaining fellow citizens from far-flung corners of the globe, get there now!
    • But for others it can be a difficult period, particularly for those who have lost a loved one or have relations living in the far-flung corners of the world.
    • I have paid visits, including the occasional prolonged one, to friends and family in far-flung corners of foreign provinces.
    • Sure enough, the book has sex, death, trains and double-crosses in far-flung corners of Nazi-occupied Europe.
    • It never ceases to amaze me why people feel they have to travel to far-flung corners of the country to go on a good shopping spree.
    • Public schools back then had to prepare boys for a life that would see them squatting in a muddy trench being shot at, or dying of diphtheria in some far-flung corner of the empire.
    • He is scruffy, self-effacing and funny and conjures up all of these attributes in his perennially popular excursions to far-flung corners of the globe.
    • ‘The number of dead is expected to rise as we go into the far-flung and inaccessible areas,’ he said.
    • He visited the far-flung corners of his empire, bucking up his troops but also stamping out incipient rebellions.
  • 2

    (widespread)
    extendido
    • Except that texts confirm the fact, we would not know they are members of the far-flung tribe.
    • He yearned for years to link his far-flung programming assets with satellite distribution in the U.S.
    • Once upon a time the peasant had been incorporated into the community as a full member, with all the far-flung consequences we considered earlier.
    • What if you want to share some of those family pictures with far-flung family members?