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I am confused by this:
( mail.com/news/politics/2684244-obama-pull-russia-trip-amid-ukraine-tumult.html#.2690444-stage-related1-2 )
"Lavrov repeated Russian President Vladimir Putin's pledge to do just that while also pointing out that Russia has broad interests in Ukraine, Kerry said."
What is "broad interests"? Does it mean "broad RANGE of interests"?
So, if at a place there are a lot of different kinds of people, then could I write this:
"There were broad people at the place."
If a supermarket has many things for sale, can I write this:
"The supermarket has broad items available."
Assuming in the original example that "interest" refers to a share in some business, I don't see how "broad interests" works but "broad items" doesn't.
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