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Translation of "range" - English-Turkish dictionary

range

noun
 
 
/reɪndʒ/
OF THINGS [C] B1 a group of different things of the same general type
çeşit, tür, sınıf, çeşitlilik, dağılım
a range of colours/patterns We discussed a wide range of subjects.Range and limitsGroups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
AMOUNT [C] B2 the amount or number between a particular set of limits
sıra, dizi, silsile
[usually singular] The price range is from $100 to $200. The product is aimed at young people in the 18-25 age range.Range and limits
DISTANCE [U] the distance from which things can be seen, heard, or reached
menzil, erim
The soldiers came within firing range. He was shot at close range (= from very near).Range and limits
MOUNTAINS [C] a line of hills or mountains
sıralı (dağlar)
Hills and mountains
SHOOTING [C] a place where you can practise shooting a gun
atış poligonu, atış sahası
a rifle/shooting range Guns
(Definition of range noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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