far

1. adverb
1) (indicating distance, progress etc: How far is it from here to his house?) daleč
2) (at or to a long way away: She went far away/off.) daleč
3) (very much: She was a far better swimmer than her friend (was).) precej
2. adjective
1) (distant; a long way away: a far country.) daljni
2) (more distant (usually of two things): He lives on the far side of the lake.) bolj oddaljen
- farthest
- faraway
- far-fetched
- as far as
- by far
- far and away
- far from
- so far
* * *
I [fa:]
adjective
oddaljen, daljnji; figuratively sanjav
a far cry — velika razlika; daleč
far bank — nasprotni breg
Far East — Daljnji Vzhod
in the far corner — v nasprotnem kotu
on the far side — na drugi strani
II [fa:]
adverb
daleč; zelo, znatno; davno
as far as in l8th century — že v osemnajstem stoletju
to carry it ( —ali go) too far — iti prek meje, preveč si upati, pretiravati
far from it — ravno nasprotno, niti malo ne
far gone — v nevarnosti, v visoki stopnji
so far — doslej
to go far in life — visoko se povzpeti
as far as — prav do; v koliko
so far so good — doslej je vse v redu
in so far as — v koliko
far be it from me — še na misel mi ne pride
far and near — povsod
far and wide — daleč po svetu
far and away — brez dvoma, vsekakor
few and far between — redkokdaj
far into the night — pozno v noč
far up — visoko zgoraj
III [fa:]
noun
daljava; visoka stopnja
by far the best — daleč najboljši
from far — od daleč

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