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Spanish translation of “approach”

approach

noun
a road, path etc leading to a place
acceso
All the approaches to the village were blocked by floods.
an attempt to obtain or attract a person’s help, interest etc
propuesta, proposición
They have made an approach to the government for help That fellow makes approaches to (= he tries to become friendly with) every woman he meets.
(Definition of approach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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