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No, the word widespread is an adjective, a word that describes a noun, for example a widespread belief or a widespread contamination.There is no noun form for the adjective widespread.
By the third day, the aerosolized virus was widespread across the nation.
345 centimeters can also be written 3450 millimeters or 3.45 meters.
you've got is another way to say you have.
et cetera is another way to say and so on
Another way to say 'events' is 'functions'
Verbose is another way to say big words.
Another way to say horizontal is flat, even, or level.
another way to say only is but what's more ,you will find or as well as.
another way to say "large" is grande in spanish or big
Another way to say "back and forth" is "to and fro."
another way to say bone
Well The real question is, What is another way to say "came in"
Another way to say "as you see" "As you know", "therefore", "thus", "hence", "thence", and "then".