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breadths, plural;
  1. The distance or measurement from side to side of something; width
    • - a black sweater outlined the breadth of his shoulders
    • - the boat measured 27 feet in breadth
    • - we traveled the length and breadth of India
  2. Wide range or extent
    • - she has the advantage of breadth of experience
    • - there is a greater breadth of sound in the later recordings
  3. The capacity to accept a wide range of ideas or beliefs
    • - the minister is not noted for his breadth of vision
  4. A piece of cloth of standard or full width

  5. Overall unity of artistic effect
    • - these masterpieces showed a new breadth of handling

  1. the capacity to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject"; "a man distinguished by the largeness and scope of his views"
  2. width: the extent of something from side to side
  3. In geometric measurements, length most commonly refers to the longest dimension of an object.
  4. The extent or measure of how broad or wide something is; A piece of fabric of standard width; Scope or range, especially of knowledge or skill
  5. The net number of stocks advancing versus those declining. When advances exceed declines the breadth of the market is inclining. When the declines exceed advances the market is declining.
  6. A comparison of the number of issues traded with the number of issues listed for trading. A measurement of the number of issues advancing versus the number of issues declining on a given day or as a moving average. ...
  7. The scope of the measurement’s coverage.
  8. Knowledge of multiple meanings of the word
  9. A unit of measurement describing the width of a bolt of fabric .  Flag fabric was once sold in breadths 9 inches.  In the 18th and 19th Centuries bunting (q.v.) was sold in breadths of 18 or 20 inches.  Today, bolts of flag fabric may be 45 or 60 inches wide.
  10. Indicators that measure market flow such as $TICK and $TRIN. As in dragon-breath!
  11. Simplicity due to large masses which subordinate details to the spirit and effect of the whole.
  12. that portion of the overall market that is participating in the market's price action.  A market advance on "healthy breadth" means that most stocks are also advancing.  A market advance on "poor breadth" means that a smaller number of stocks were participating in the rally. ...
  13. This is one of those technical terms you hear in a trading room. It simply demonstrates how broadly a market is moving. When three-quarters of the stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, for example, rise during a given day, an observer might say the stock market had good breadth. ...
  14. a British measurement for flags, is 9" (23 cm) wide. A four breath-flag is 36" (91 cm) wide. The term originated when flag cloth was made in 9" strips.
  15. the number of stocks moving up vs. moving down.
  16. The difference between advancing issues and declining issues in the market. If there are more advancing issues then breadth is positive. If there are more declining issues then breadth is negative.
  17. MBA programs expose students to a variety of subjects, including economics, organizational behavior, marketing, accounting, finance, strategy, operations management, international business, information technology management, supply chain management, project management, government policy, and ...
  18. the number of topics you discuss with another person.
  19. General education requirement courses in the humanities and physical and social sciences that Letters and Science students must fulfill to graduate.
  20. This dealings the strength of a proceed of decline by telling the shareholder how many stocks participated in the move. The move about can be also up or down.
  21. another name for a span(9 inches or 22.86 centimeters). This unit is traditionally used to measure the dimensions of flags.
  22. width of something, comprehensive