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Spread may refer to:
- Statistical dispersion
- Spread (food), an edible paste put on other foods
- the score difference being wagered on in spread betting
- Spread (rational trigonometry), the measure of line inclination in rational trigonometry
- Temperature-Dewpoint spread, dew point depression
- Two-page spread a redundant term, also simply called "spread", referring to two adjacent, facing pages in a magazine or other publication with conjoined or connected content
- In finance, the difference in price between related securities,
- Bid-offer spread, between the buying and selling price of a commodity or security
- Spread trade, between two related securities or commodities
- Option-adjusted spread, on mortgage backed securities where the borrower has the right to repay in full
- Yield spread, difference in percentage rate of return of two instruments
- Z-spread, on mortgage backed securities
- Credit spread (bond), on bonds
- a term used for speed reading in policy debate.
- The laying of Tarot cards for divinatory uses.
- Spread (film), a 2009 film
- Spread, West Virginia
- Bedspread, for protective or decorative use.
- Spread; a group of vessels used in a maritime construction project
- All pages with titles containing Spread
- Seafloor spreading, the process leading to continental drift
- Spread spectrum, communications signals over a range of frequencies
- Spread offense, an offensive scheme in American football designed to stretch the field horizontally
- Spread limit, a limit on a raise in poker
- Spread polynomials, a polynomial sequence arising in rational trigonometry
- $pread, a quarterly magazine by and for sex workers
- "Spread", a song by OutKast from their 2003 album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
- Spread Toolkit - an open source toolkit that provides a high performance messaging service
- Spreadsheet, computer application software
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