rangenounuk /reɪndʒ/ us /reɪndʒ/
range noun (SET)
- Our views coincide on a range of subjects.
- As an actor he could communicate a whole range of emotions.
- This range of clothing is specially designed for shorter women.
- There was a range of fairground amusements, including rides, stalls and competitions.
- The mountain range stretched away into infinity.
range noun (LIMIT)
- The opposing units opened fire simultaneously at close range and a 15-minute firefight ensued.
- Her remarkable vocal range spanned three and a half octaves.
- Two bullets were fired into the car at point-blank range.
- He's often bracketed with the romantic poets of this period although this does not reflect the range of his work.
- Their ideal holiday was out of their price range.
range noun (WEAPONS AREA)
range noun (LAND)
range noun (COOKER)
rangeverbuk /reɪndʒ/ us /reɪndʒ/
range verb (LIMIT)
- Beauty treatments range from an eyelash tint at £8 to a deep cleansing facial costing £58.
- Their ages range from 12 to 18.
- The critics' opinions of the new film ranged from 'poor' to 'outstanding'.
- Average temperatures in July range from 15 to 25 degrees.
- The variety of accommodation available ranges from a studio flat to a four-bedroomed house.
range verb (POSITION)
range verb (MOVE)
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