Meaning of “reach” - Learner’s Dictionary

reach

verb uk us /riːtʃ/
ARRIVE [ T ]

B1 to arrive somewhere:

We won't reach Miami till five or six o'clock.
STRETCH [ I, T ]

B2 to stretch your arm and hand to touch or take something:

Our little girl isn't tall enough to reach the light switches.
She reached for a cigarette.
She reached down to stroke the dog's head.
He reached out and grabbed her arm.
can reach (sth)

B2 to be able to touch or take something with your hand:

Could you get that book down for me - I can't reach.
BE LONG ENOUGH [ I, T ]

If something reaches, or reaches something, it is long enough to touch something:

The rope won't be long enough to reach the ground.
LEVEL [ T ]

B2 to get to a particular level, situation, etc:

We hope to reach our goal by May next year.
I've reached the point where I'm about to give up.
reach a decision/agreement/conclusion, etc

B2 to make a decision, agreement, etc about something

TELEPHONE [ T ]

B2 to speak to someone on the telephone:

You can reach him at home.

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