far from meaning
Don't leave now: our task is
My stay at the hotel was
Used in the Middle of Sentence
Two or three times a day, I bundle up, put on my boots, go out the front door, sit in Greigg's glider and love up on Cork a bit — he's never
I walk two miles to school every day. The museum’s not
here – you can walk it.
Nationalism and ethnocentrism are
being spent forces in the modern world.
Used in the Beginning of Sentence
closing the door on the leadership of the ’60s generation, Mr. Obama’s presidency seems to have brought it back in full force.
endeavouring to deſtroy the paſſions, the inviſible movers of our being, we regard them as precious gifts that we ſhould carefully œconomiſe.
for the defined word.
Grammatically, this idiom "far from" is an
, more specifically, an
Definiteness: Level 1
Definite ➨ Versatile