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I read a sentence in "The Hindu" which was:

This year's interim budget is being regarded as a big spread for farmers.

Does it mean "extent or amount of something" or "a large meal although not in literal sense)?

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When referring to the complete context of paragraph in 'The Hindu Article',

This year's interim budget is being regarded as a big spread for farmers.

Definitely refers to the second context, a large meal.

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It sounds like the second one, as in "a table spread with lots of food"

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