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Meaning & Definition of Far in English

English

Far

/fɑr/

noun

1. A terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by tutsi and to institute hutu control again

  • "In 1999 alir guerrillas kidnapped and killed eight foreign tourists"
    synonym:
  • Army for the Liberation of Rwanda
  • ,
  • ALIR
  • ,
  • Former Armed Forces
  • ,
  • FAR
  • ,
  • Interahamwe

adjective

1. Located at a great distance in time or space or degree

  • "We come from a far country"
  • "Far corners of the earth"
  • "The far future"
  • "A far journey"
  • "The far side of the road"
  • "Far from the truth"
  • "Far in the future"
    synonym:
  • far

2. Being of a considerable distance or length

  • "A far trek"
    synonym:
  • far

3. Being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle

  • "The horse on the right is the far horse"
  • "The right side is the far side of the horse"
    synonym:
  • far

4. Beyond a norm in opinion or actions

  • "The far right"
    synonym:
  • far

adverb

1. To a considerable degree

  • Very much
  • "A far far better thing that i do"
  • "Felt far worse than yesterday"
  • "Eyes far too close together"
    synonym:
  • far

2. At or to or from a great distance in space

  • "He traveled far"
  • "Strayed far from home"
  • "Sat far away from each other"
    synonym:
  • far

3. At or to a certain point or degree

  • "I can only go so far before i have to give up"
  • "How far can we get with this kind of argument?"
    synonym:
  • far

4. Remote in time

  • "If we could see far into the future"
  • "All that happened far in the past"
    synonym:
  • far

5. To an advanced stage or point

  • "A young man who will go very far"
    synonym:
  • far

Examples of using

Indeed, that place does appear to be far from here.
There haven't been any problems so far.
There haven't been any problems so far.