Translation of widespread in Spanish:

widespread

extendido, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈwaɪdˌsprɛd//wʌɪdˈsprɛd//ˈwʌɪdsprɛd/

adjective

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    (belief/custom) extendido
    (belief/custom) generalizado
    (species) extendido
    to become widespread generalizarse
    • showers will become widespread throughout the south los chaparrones se extenderán por el sur del país
    • The government decision to back out has also been met with widespread criticism by civic chiefs.
    • There has also been widespread concern about pollution and noise during the summer months.
    • The case was the first of its kind recorded in the world and prompted widespread concern.
    • The fact that this reaction was so widespread indicates the depths of our disbelief.
    • It is about time the council dealt with this widespread contamination once and for all.
    • Apathy was so widespread that we had to cut the number of polling stations there.
    • Unions have formed an action group to fight the proposals and claim widespread support.
    • The most widespread form of discrimination in our country today is on the grounds of age.
    • To paint now is an act of resistance which answers a widespread need and may instigate hope.
    • The news of widespread rain in the region may bring some cheer to the grim faces of farmers.
    • He is sure to garner widespread support from across all sections of club rugby.
    • It is understandable that this method of prevention has not been met with widespread support.
    • There is a widespread belief that the government should do more to encourage saving.
    • The significance has grown as the operation of mobile phones has become ever more widespread.
    • In its mad rush to try to increase turnout, the Government has opened the door to widespread fraud.
    • What all these countries have in common is widespread unemployment and illiteracy.
    • The next most serious and widespread health risk to humans comes from salmonella in pigs.
    • It is now also accepted that widespread reform of the commission must take place.
    • On both sides, there is widespread agreement as to the nature of the eventual peace deal.
    • To resist and confront such a popular workforce would risk widespread loss of support.