Meaning of “range” - Learner’s Dictionary

range

verb us uk /reɪndʒ/
Extra Examples
Her books range from fantasy stories to historical novels.Annual rainfall ranges from 10 centimetres up to 50 centimetres.The planks range from 3 to 6 metres in length.His fans range from pensioners to young children.Crowd estimates ranged from 400,000 to more than a million.
range from sth to sth

B2 to have several different amounts or types:

Tickets range from $12 to $35.
Choose from 13 colours, ranging from classic white to antique blue.

[ I ] to deal with a large number of subjects:

The discussion ranged over many topics.

(Definition of “range verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)