Spread may refer to a statistical dispersion or a Bid-offer spread, between the buying and selling price of a commodity or security.

In the industrial context, "spread" refers to the extent or width of something, usually referring to the distance between two points, objects, or elements. For example:

  1. Market spread: The difference between the bid and ask prices for a particular security in the financial market.

  2. Spreading machine: An industrial machine used to spread materials, such as adhesives, coatings, or liquids, evenly over a surface.

  3. Spreadsheet software: Software used to create and manage spreadsheets that are used in various industries to track and analyze data.

  4. Raw material spread: The difference between the cost of raw materials and the selling price of the final product.

  5. Pipeline spread: The distance between the two points where a pipeline is anchored in the ground.

  6. Spread footing: A type of foundation in civil engineering that distributes weight across a large area of soil.

These are some examples of the use of "spread" in the industrial context.

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