ファー, 遠い, 遥か, 縁遠い
Adjective(1) located at a great distance in time or space or degree(2) being of a considerable distance or length(3) being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle(4) beyond a norm in opinion or actions(5) (comparatives of `far', or furthermost
Adverb(1) to a considerable degree; very much(2) at or to or from a great distance in space(3) at or to a certain point or degree(4) remote in time(5) to an advanced stage or point(6) to the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage (`furthest' is used more often than `farthest' in this abstract sense(7) to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense
(1) At the very moment we'd reached the point furthest from home, the sky opened and heaven dropped on us, a drop at a time.(2) The first papers to be removed should be those that are furthest away from the ├ö├ç├┐toilet├ö├ç├û.(3) I took the bed furthest from the door because I didn't want to make Kate walk any more than she had to.(4) He said that the furthest the courts had gone in the specific area of giving advice to employees in connection with their pension rights was in Scally itself which provided no support for the complainant's case.(5) Fly In, the furthest flights will win high value prices(6) At the command of the passer, the player furthest from the passer sets a pick as indicated.(7) All four of them were hustled into the back seat of the limo like 4 year olds and sat down on the furthest seat from the door as they could.(8) The summer solstice on June 21 marks the first day of astronomical summer in the northern hemisphere, and is the time when the sun rises and sets furthest north and casts the shortest shadow at midday.(9) His bed was the furthest from the door, there were no windows as they were in the dungeons, but there was a fireplace half way down the room.(10) The Flyathon event, which starts at 2.30 pm, will invite people to throw their plane the furthest distance.(11) The person who guessed the furthest distance travelled by a balloon will win the opportunity to have a personalised message flown by plane over the house of whoever they choose.(12) at the furthest end of the car park(13) He even beats the MP for Orkney and Shetland, Alistair Carmichael, who has to travel by plane between different islands and has the furthest distance to travel to Westminster.(14) At the furthest end of the alley he knocked on a steel door and after a few seconds it was opened.(15) It was the furthest we had gone from our area and we got a really good reaction.(16) Another in 1853 spread to Chicago and St. Louis where itinerant railroad workers took it to Iowa City, which is the furthest the railroad had reached.
(1) far :: 遥か
(2) farthest :: 最も
(3) at the furthest :: 遠くで
1. utmost ::
2. farthermost ::
3. uttermost ::
4. farthest ::
5. furthermost ::
6. farthest ::
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Well, this is the FURTHEST we've
ever been away from the kids.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 23
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