Broad may refer to:
- Broad Group, a manufacturing company based in Changsha, global leader in producing absorption chillers
- Broad (British coin), English gold coin minted under the Commonwealth with a bust of Oliver Cromwell on the obverse
- Broad Future Education, a popular tutorial school in Vancouver and Shanghai
- Broad church, Latitudinarian churchmanship in the Church of England
- Broad Front - Progressive Encounter - New Majority, Uruguayan coalition of political parties and organizations
- Broad gauge, rail gauge greater than the standard gauge of 4' 8.5"
- Broad Institute a genomic research institute funded by philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad
- Broad pennant, swallow-tailed tapering flag flown from the masthead of a ship to indicate the presence of a commodore on board
- Broad Creek (disambiguation)
- Broad River (disambiguation)
- Benacre Broad, isolated broad in Suffolk, England, within The Broads National Park
- French Broad River
- Malthouse Broad, lake at Ranworth in the Norfolk Broads within the British The Broads National Park
- The Broads, network of mostly navigable rivers and lakes in the English counties of Norfolk and Suffolk
- Broad Channel, Queens, community in the borough of Queens in New York City
- Broad Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador, one of five communities on King's Island
- Broad Street (disambiguation)
- B road (disambiguation), a classification of road in the United Kingdom
Broad is the name of:
- Broad (Surrey cricketer)
- C. D. Broad, English philosopher known for his thorough and objective analysis in works such as Scientific Thought (1930) and Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy (1933)
- Chris Broad, former English cricketer and match referee
- Eli Broad, billionaire and philanthropist
- Francis Alfred Broad, a United Kingdom politician; also known as Frank Broad
- Stephen Broad, former English footballer
- Stuart Broad, English cricketer, son of Chris Broad
- Billy Idol, real name William Albert Michael Broad
- William Broad New York Times writer
Broad may also refer to:
- 10BROAD36, obsolete standard for carrying 10 Mbit/s Ethernet signals over standard 75 ohm CATV cable over a 3600 meter range
- Broad, an area light, generally a simple incandescent or fluorescent light source (collectively referred to as "the broads" in movie and video production, theaters, TV and photographic studios), as contrasted to more controlled and directional lighting instruments
- A slang term for woman, sometimes considered derogatory
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Famous quotes containing the word broad:
“Heavily hangs the broad sunflower
Over its grave i the earth so chilly;
Heavily hangs the hollyhock,
Heavily hangs the tiger-lily.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)
“A church that can never have done with excommunicating Christ while it exists! Away with your broad and flat churches, and your narrow and tall churches! Take a step forward, and invent a new style of out-houses. Invent a salt that will save you, and defend our nostrils.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“the broad cloud-driving moon in the clear sky
Lifts oer the firs her shining shield,
And in her tranquil light
Sleep falls on forest and field.
See! sleep hath fallen: the trees are asleep:
The night is come. The land is wrapt in sleep.”
—Robert Bridges (18441930)