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Translation of "range" - English-Spanish dictionary

range

noun /reindʒ/
a selection or variety
gama, variedad, surtido
a wide range of books for sale He has a very wide range of interests.
the distance over which an object can be sent or thrown, sound can be heard etc
alcance
What is the range of this missile? We are within range of / beyond the range of / out of range of their guns.
the amount between certain limits
escala; orden
I’m hoping for a salary within the range $30,000 to $34,000 the range of a person’s voice between his highest and lowest notes.
a row or series
cadena, cordillera
a mountain range.
in the United States, land, usually without fences, on which cattle etc can graze
dehesa, terreno de pasto
a cattle range.
a place where a person can practise shooting etc ; a rifle-range.
campo de tiro
a large kitchen stove with a flat top.
cocina
ranger noun a person who looks after a forest or park
guardabosques
a park ranger.
(American ) a soldier who is a member of a specially trained force; commando
soldado de las tropas de asalto
(Definition of range from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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