English adjective: far
|1.||far located at a great distance in time or space or degree|
|Samples||We come from a far country.|
Far corners of the earth.
The far future.
A far journey.
The far side of the road.
Far from the truth.
Far in the future.
|Similar||cold, distant, distant, far-off, faraway, farther, farther, farthermost, farthest, further, furthermost, furthest, off the beaten track, out-of-the-way, outlying, remote, remote, removed, utmost, uttermost|
|Antonyms||near, nigh, close|
|2.||far being of a considerable distance or length|
|Samples||A far trek.|
|3.||far being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle|
|Samples||The horse on the right is the far horse.|
The right side is the far side of the horse.
|4.||far beyond a norm in opinion or actions|
|Samples||The far right.|
English noun: FAR
|1.||FAR (group) a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to institute Hutu control again|
|Samples||In 1999 ALIR guerrillas kidnapped and killed eight foreign tourists.|
|Synonyms||ALIR, Army for the Liberation of Rwanda, Former Armed Forces, Interahamwe|
|Instance hypernym||foreign terrorist organization, FTO, terrorist group, terrorist organization|
|Domain category||act of terrorism, terrorism, terrorist act|
|Domain region||Ruanda, Rwanda, Rwandese Republic|
English adverb: far
|1.||far to a considerable degree; very much|
|Samples||A far far better thing that I do.|
Felt far worse than yesterday.
Eyes far too close together.
|2.||far at or to or from a great distance in space|
|Samples||He traveled far.|
Strayed far from home.
Sat far away from each other.
|3.||far at or to a certain point or degree|
|Samples||I can only go so far before I have to give up.|
How far can we get with this kind of argument?.
|4.||far remote in time|
|Samples||If we could see far into the future.|
All that happened far in the past.
|5.||far to an advanced stage or point|
|Samples||A young man who will go very far.|