Adverb: далеко гораздо намного вдаль
Adjective: далекий дальний отдаленный
Noun: большое расстояние значительное количество


visits are few and far between - посещения редки

to carry to excess / too far - заходить, заводить слишком далеко

as far as his conduct is concerned - что касается его поведения

to abase oneself so far as to do smth. - докатиться до чего-л.

to drive as far as it will go - вколачивать до отказа

far reaches of the universe - отдалённые уголки вселенной

a supporter of far right ideas - сторонник крайне правых взглядов

to go far - далеко пойти

to go / carry it too far - заходить слишком далеко

far better methods - намного лучшие методы

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How far is it to the station? - Как далеко до станции?

It's not far from here. - Это недалеко отсюда.

You are so far away from me now. - Ты так далеко от меня сейчас.

We talked far into the night. - Мы разговаривали до поздней ночи.

She sat in a chair on the far side of the shop. - Она сидела на стуле в дальнем конце магазина.

That's far too much to pay. - Это слишком уж дорого.

We can walk to my house from here. It isn't far. - Мы можем дойти до моего дома пешком. Тут недалеко.

The deadline is not far off. - Крайний срок — не за горами.

Have you driven far? - Вы издалека приехали?

a town not far from Chicago - городок недалеко от Чикаго

He lives further down the street. - Он живёт дальше по улице.

Let's see who can jump the furthest! - Посмотрим, кто прыгает дальше всех!

The children don't go far from home. - Дети не уходят далеко от дома.

In England shops close far too often and far too early. - В Англии магазины закрываются слишком часто и слишком рано.

sat far away from each other - уселись далеко друг от друга

The car is far too expensive. - Этот автомобиль — слишком уж дорогой.

You could see the mountains in the far distance. - Где-то вдалеке виднелись горы.

Tthe far corners of the world - самые далёкие уголки мира

a far far better thing that I do - намного лучше, чем то, что делаю я

She lives far out in the country. - Она живет далеко, в деревне.

If we could see far into the future. - Если бы мы могли заглянуть далеко в будущее.

The dog wandered far from home. - Собака забрела далеко от дома.

all that happened far in the past - все, что произошло в далёком прошлом

It would take me far too long to explain. - У меня уйдёт слишком много времени, чтобы это объяснить.

regions far to the north - области далеко на севере

a young man who will go very far - молодой человек, который очень далеко пойдёт

He still lives not far from where he was born. - Он по-прежнему живёт недалеко от места рождения.

They want to plan much further ahead than the next few years. - Они хотят планировать гораздо дальше, чем на ближайшие несколько лет.

The first petrol-driven car was produced as far back as 1883. - Первый автомобиль на бензиновом двигателе был произведён ещё в 1883 году.

the far reaches of outer space - дальние просторы космоса

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by far: You use the expression by far when you are comparing something or someone with others of the same kind, in order to emphasize how great the difference is between them. For example, you can say that something is by far the best or the best by far to indicate that it is definitely the best.

go far: to be successful ; achieve much

so far: If you say that something only goes so far or can only go so far, you mean that its extent, effect, or influence is limited .

far-off: If you describe a moment in time as far off, you mean that it is a long time from the present, either in the past or the future .

far-out: If you describe something as far out, you mean that it is very strange or extreme .

how far?: to what extent, distance, or degree?

Far East: The Far East is used to refer to all the countries of Eastern Asia, including China, Japan, North and South Korea, and Indochina .

far-field: denoting the part of an electromagnetic field that is farthest from the source

far-flung: Far-flung places are a very long distance away from where you are or from important places.

far from: If you say that something is far from a particular thing or far from being the case, you are emphasizing that it is not that particular thing or not at all the case, especially when people expect or assume that it is.

far gone: Someone or something that is far gone is in such a bad state or condition that not much can be done to help or improve them.

far left: of or relating to the extreme left wing

Far North: → the Far North

far point: the farthest point at which vision is distinct when the lens, muscles, etc. of the eye are relaxed

far right: of or relating to the extreme right wing

Far West: → the Far West

thus far: Thus far means up until the present point in a situation or story .

a far cry: a long way

as far as: to the degree or extent that

far afield: If someone comes from far afield, they come from a long way away .

far distant: at, to, or from a great distance in space or time

Far Eastern: of or relating to the Far East (E Asia ) or its inhabitants

far-fetched: If you describe a story or idea as far-fetched, you are criticizing it because you think it is unlikely to be true or practical .

far-seeing: having shrewd judgment; far-sighted

far-sighted: If you describe someone as far-sighted, you admire them because they understand what is likely to happen in the future, and therefore make wise decisions and plans.

so far as: to the extent or point that

far-reaching: If you describe actions, events, or changes as far-reaching, you mean that they have a very great influence and affect a great number of things.

go too far: to exceed reasonable limits

far and away: You use the expression far and away when you are comparing something or someone with others of the same kind, in order to emphasize how great the difference is between them. For example, you can say that something is far and away the best to indicate that it is definitely the best.

far and near: everywhere

far and wide: If people come from far and wide, they come from a large number of places, some of them far away . If things spread far and wide, they spread over a very large area or distance.

far from it: You can use the expression ' far from it ' to emphasize a negative statement that you have just made.

near and far: You use near and far to indicate that you are referring to a very large area or distance .

the Far East: the countries of E Asia, usually including China, Japan, North and South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines : sometimes extended to include all territories east of Afghanistan

the far left: the more extreme supporters or advocates of social, political, or economic change, reform, or revolution designed to promote the greater freedom, power, welfare, or comfort of ordinary people

the Far West: the area of the United States west of the Great Plains

in so far as: to the degree or extent that

the Far North: the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions of the world

the far right: the more extreme supporters or advocates of social, political, or economic conservatism or reaction, based generally on a belief that things are better left unchanged

faraway: A faraway place is a long distance from you or from a particular place.

a far cry from: Something that is a far cry from something else is very different from it.

dolce far niente: pleasant idleness

far-flung location: A location is the place where something happens or is situated.

so far, so good: You can say so far so good to express satisfaction with the way that a situation or activity is progressing, developing, or happening .

sb will go far: If you say that someone will go far, you mean that they will be very successful in their career .

as far as I know: You can use far in expressions like ' as far as I know ' and ' so far as I remember ' to indicate that you are not absolutely sure of the statement you are about to make or have just made, and you may be wrong .

far-flung destination: The destination of someone or something is the place to which they are going or being sent.

as far as it goes: If you say that something is good as far as it goes or true so far as it goes, you mean that it is good or true only to a limited extent .

far be it from me: I would not presume ; on no account

few and far between: Things that are few and far between are very rare or do not happen very often.

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Однокоренные слова:

farrier - кузнец, коновал

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