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distancenoun

uk   /ˈdɪs.təns/  us   /ˈdɪs.təns/
  • distance noun (SPACE)

B1 [C or U] the amount of space between two places: What's the distance between Madrid and Barcelona/from Madrid to Barcelona? He travels quite a distance (= a long way) to work every day. Does she live within walking distance of her parents?
at/from a distance
B2 from a place that is not near: From a distance he looks a bit like Johnny Depp.
in the distance
B2 at a point that is far away: On a clear day you can see the temple in the distance.

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distancenoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈdɪs·təns/
the amount of space between two places or things: [C] The distance from San Francisco to Los Angeles is about 400 miles.
at/from a distance
At/from a distance means if you are not too near: From a distance, he looks a little like his mother.
in the distance
In the distance means at or from a point far away: We could see the mountains in the distance.

distanceverb [T]

 us   /ˈdɪs·təns/
If you distance yourself from something, you try to become less involved or connected with it: The candidate distanced himself from the extremists in the party.
(Definition of distance from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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