Neptün güneşten en uzak gezegendir. - Neptune is the farthest planet from the Sun.
Ay dünyadan en uzak mesafede olduğunda meydana gelen tutulma tipi halkalı güneş tutulmasıdır. Ay sonra güneş diskini tamamen engellemek için çok küçük görünür. - The eclipse type that occurs when the Moon is at its farthest distance from the Earth is an annular eclipse. The Moon then appears too small to completely block out the disk of the Sun.
to the greatest degree or extent or most advanced stage (`furthest' is used more often than `farthest' in this abstract sense); "went the furthest of all the children in her education"; "furthest removed from reality"; "she goes farthest in helping us"
to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense); "see who could jump the farthest"; "chose the farthest seat from the door"; "he swam the furthest
most distant or remote; "man's farthest goal" to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense); "see who could jump the farthest"; "chose the farthest seat from the door"; "he swam the furthest
Farthest is a superlative form of far. furthest the most distant; the superlative form of 'far'
(comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order; "had traveled to the farthest frontier"; "don't go beyond the farthermost (or furthermost) tree"; "explored the furthest reaches of space"; "the utmost tip of the peninsula"
Federal Acquisition Regulations These are the primary regulations for use by all Federal Executive agencies in their acquisition of supplies and services with appropriated funds Clauses from the FAR are usually passed on to IU through contracts with the Federal government
You can use the expression `as far as I can see' when you are about to state your opinion of a situation, or have just stated it, to indicate that it is your personal opinion. As far as I can see there are only two reasons for such an action
emphasis 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. It was obvious that much of what they recorded was far from the truth Far from being relaxed, we both felt so uncomfortable we hardly spoke It is still far from clear exactly what the Thais intend to do
You can use far to refer to the part of an area or object that is the greatest distance from the centre in a particular direction. For example, the far north of a country is the part of it that is the greatest distance to the north. I wrote the date at the far left of the blackboard
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. Their loyalty only went so far The church can only go so far in secular matters
emphasis 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. By far the most important issue for them is unemployment It was better by far to be clear-headed
emphasis You can use far to mean `very much' when you are comparing two things and emphasizing the difference between them. For example, you can say that something is far better or far worse than something else to indicate that it is very much better or worse. You can also say that something is, for example, far too big to indicate that it is very much too big. Women who eat plenty of fresh vegetables are far less likely to suffer anxiety or depression The police say the response has been far better than expected These trials are simply taking far too long
far Far has two comparatives, farther and further, and two superlatives, farthest and furthest. Farther and farthest are used mainly in sense 1., and are dealt with here. Further and furthest are dealt with in separate entries
If you say that someone won't go far wrong or can't go far wrong with a particular thing or course of action, you mean that it is likely to be successful or satisfactory. If you remember these three golden rules you won't go far wrong
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. His plan for tax relief is fine as far as it goes but will not be sufficient to get the economy moving again
If you ask how far a place is, you are asking what distance it is from you or from another place. If you ask how far someone went, you are asking what distance they travelled, or what place they reached. How far is Pawtucket from Providence? How far is it to Malcy? How far can you throw? You can only judge how high something is when you know how far away it is She followed the tracks as far as the road
If one place, thing, or person is far away from another, there is a great distance between them. I know a nice little Italian restaurant not far from here They came from as far away as Florida Both of my sisters moved even farther away from home They lay in the cliff top grass with the sea stretching out far below Is it far? near
at a great distance in time or space or degree; "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"
You can talk about how far a person or action goes to describe the degree to which someone's behaviour or actions are extreme. It's still not clear how far the Russian parliament will go to implement its own plans This time he's gone too far
emphasis 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. He's still far and away the best we have. = easily
the gross floor area of the building relative to the area of the lot on which it's built Each zoning district classification contains an FAR limit A building can contain floor area equal to the lot area multiplied by the floor area ratio (FAR) of the district in which the lot is located In a zone where the permitted FAR is a maximum of 1 0, a 40,000 sq foot lot (approximately an acre) could have a 40,000 sq ft building Staying within the FAR limit, a developer might build a 4-story building at 10,000 sq ft per floor, or a 2-story building at 20,000 sq ft per floor Height rules permitting, it could also be a 10-story building at 4,000 sq feet per floor If the FAR is 4 0 (the greatest FAR currently permitted in Cambridge), the same lot could hold a 160,000 sq ft building Parking areas, cellar space, floor space in open balconies, elevator or stair-bulkheads, and other non-habitable space within the building do not count as part of the FAR
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. In his last few days the pain seemed to have stopped, but by then he was so far gone that it was no longer any comfort Many of the properties are in a desperate state but none is too far gone to save
A time or event that is far away in the future or the past is a long time from the present or from a particular point in time. hidden conflicts whose roots lie far back in time I can't see any farther than the next six months The first day of term, which seemed so far away at the start of the summer holidays, is looming
You say far be it from me to disagree, or far be it from me to criticize, when you are disagreeing or criticizing and you want to appear less hostile. Far be it from me to criticise, but shouldn't their mother take a share of the blame?
You can talk about how far someone or something gets to describe the progress that they make. Discussions never progressed very far Think of how far we have come in a little time I don't think Mr Cavanagh would get far with that trick
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. Volunteers came from far and wide His fame spread far and wide
vagueness 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. It only lasted a couple of years, as far as I know So far as I am aware, no proper investigation has ever been carried out into the subject
If you tell or ask someone what has happened so far, you are telling or asking them what has happened up until the present point in a situation or story, and often implying that something different might happen later. It's been quiet so far So far, they have met with no success
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