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Spanish translation of “reach”

reach

noun
the distance one can stretch one’s arm
alcance
I keep medicines on the top shelf, out of the children’s reach My keys are down that hole, just out of reach (of my fingers) The boxer has a very long reach.
(usually in plural ) a straight part of a river, canal etc
parte, tramo
the lower reaches of the Thames.
(Definition of reach from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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