Noun(1) a wide scope(2) the extent of a 2-dimensional surface enclosed within a boundary(3) a wide and open space or area as of surface or land or sky
(1) Across the other side of South London lies Richmond Park, a huge expanse of green untroubled by public transport.(2) I booked tables four and five, which faced the wider expanse of the room.(3) the moth has a wing expanse of 20 to 24 mm(4) From between two ridges I stared out across a green expanse stretching as far as I could see.(5) Our main testing and exhibition hall is adjacent to a grassy expanse and a patio area.(6) Prior to Shepherd Market being laid out in the 1730s, this area was just an expanse of open fields on the western edge of town.(7) If your floor offers a wide expanse of uninterrupted space, a larger pattern may be used.(8) Directly above the bar, it was huge, no walls to encumber the wide expanse of the room.(9) She looked around at the buildings, and the wide expanse of the park before them.(10) Here we washed our feet before entering the wide expanse of virgin forest.(11) the green expanse of the forest(12) She leaned on the rail and viewed a large expanse of nature that continued as far as she could see.(13) For a while I sat on a bench among the sand-dunes looking out over a wide expanse of sand and out to the sea.(14) The wide expanse of floor between the two areas was pale, marble patterned tile.(15) Ten years ago, the area was a vast expanse of industrial wasteland.(16) You can get a shot of her from behind, with the wide expanse of Beach Road stretching away from her.
(1) vast expanse :: 万頃
1. area ::
2. sweep ::
3. surface area ::
Different Formsexpanse, expanses
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