Broad-gauge meaning

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(informal) Having a wide scope.

Broad-gauge criticism.

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A distance between the rails of a railroad track that is greater than the standard width of 5612 inches (143.5 centimeters).
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A locomotive, car, or railway line of this gauge.
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Having a broad gauge. Used of a railroad track.
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A width, between the rails of a railroad, greater than standard gauge (56.5 in, or 143.5 cm)
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A railway gauge (distance between the two lines) that is greater than the standard gauge (often quoted as 56 inches)
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