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English definition of “short-range”

short-range

adjective
 
 
/ˌʃɔːtˈreɪndʒ/
relating to a short length of time into the future: Short-range training plans usually focus on an upcoming quarter. short-range product demand
COMMUNICATIONS, TRANSPORT reaching or travelling a short distance: Standard wi-fi technology is intended only for short-range communications. When the car pulls into a gas station, its mileage data is uploaded by short-range radio frequency to a wireless reader. An upturn in the airline industry would help lift demand for commercial aircraft including short-range commuter planes.
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