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far from

Definition of far from

  1. :  certainly not :  not at all <The trip was far from a failure.> <The investigation is far from complete.> <She argues that the new law, far from being an aid to small businesses, will actually hurt them.> <“Was the movie disappointing?” “Far from it! We had a great time!”>



Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  at or to a considerable distance in space

    :  to a great extent :  much

    :  by a broad interval :  widely

  1. :  remote in space

    :  distinctly different in quality or relationship

    :  remote in time


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