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Spanish translation of “reach”

reach

verb /riːtʃ/
to arrive at (a place, age etc)
llegar (a)
We’ll never reach London before dark Money is not important when you reach my age The noise reached our ears Has the total reached a thousand dollars yet? Have they reached an agreement yet?
to (be able to) touch or get hold of (something)
alcanzar
My keys have fallen down this hole and I can’t reach them.
to stretch out one’s hand in order to touch or get hold of something
extender/alargar/estirar el brazo
He reached (across the table) for another cake She reached out and took the book.
to make contact with; to communicate with
contactar
If anything happens you can always reach me by phone.
to stretch or extend
extenderse
My property reaches from here to the river.
(Definition of reach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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