EN[fɑː(ɹ)] [fɑɹ] [fɑ˞] [-ɑː(ɹ)]
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    Definition of far in English Dictionary

  • NounPLfarsPREfar-
    1. Spelt (type of wheat).
      1. A young pig, or a litter of pigs.
      2. AdjectiveCOMfartherCOMfurtherSUPfarthestSUPfurthest
        1. Remote in space.
          1. He went to a far country. ‎
        2. Remote in time.
          1. Long.
            1. It was a far adventure, full of danger. ‎
          2. More remote or longer of two.
            1. At the far end of the houses the head gardener stood waiting for his mistress, and he gave her strips of bass to tie up her nosegay. This she did slowly and laboriously, with knuckly old fingers that shook.
          3. Extreme.
            1. We are on the far right on this issue. ‎
          4. Widely different in nature or quality; opposite in character.
            1. (computing, not comparable) Outside the currently selected segment in a segmented memory architecture.
              1. far heap;  far memory; far pointer ‎
          5. AdverbCOMfartherCOMfurtherSUPfarthestSUPfurthest
            1. Distant in space, time or degree.
              1. My house is quite far from the beach.  The plan is good, but it is far from being flawless. ‎
            2. To or from a great distance, time, or degree.
              1. You have all come far and you will go farther. ‎
            3. (with a comparative) Very much.
              1. He was far richer than we'd thought. ‎
          6. More Examples
            1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
              • North of the Alps, you can have heat and sun--but some summers (if you go far enough north) you can also be bogged in by rain and enough chill that you have to go out and buy wool hats.
              • We want to see how far our readers can get the best impression of an ordinary, commonplace, ugly, commercial, shoppy or warehousy street.
              • It makes perfect sense, if you are a hypocritical far right wing Talibangelical. Having a totally heterosexual military is *far* more important than keeping the troops alive.
            2. Used in the Beginning of Sentence
              • Further studies are necessary to investigate what factors determine the immune response against recombinant viral proteins, in particular MCP, in the different megalocytiviruses.
              • Far from closing the door on the leadership of the ’60s generation, Mr. Obama’s presidency seems to have brought it back in full force.
              • Far from endeavouring to deſtroy the paſſions, the inviſible movers of our being, we regard them as precious gifts that we ſhould carefully œconomiſe.
            3. Used in the Ending of Sentence
              • Does that compute, or do I need to explain further?
              • Eventually, they decided it would be best to let sleeping dogs lie and not discuss the matter any further.
              • Our findings suggest that current precystectomy models for prediction of LN metastasis should be improved further.
          • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
            1. Adjectives
              • Adjectives by inflection type
                • Irregular adjectives
                  • Suppletive adjectives
              • Adverbs
                • Degree adverbs
                • Nouns
                  • Countable nouns
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                2. en farther
                3. en farm
                4. en farmer
                5. en farewell
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                Meaning of far for the defined word.

                Grammatically, this word "far" is an adjective, more specifically, an adjectives by inflection type. It's also an adverb, more specifically, a degree adverb. It's also a noun, more specifically, a countable noun.
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