reachverbuk /riːtʃ/ us /riːtʃ/
reach verb (ARRIVE)
- The wind mocked their attempts to reach the shore by pushing the boat further and further out to sea.
- It now seems unlikely that the Democratic nominee will reach the Oval Office.
- By the time they reached the summit they were exhausted.
- The police were certainly quick off the mark reaching the scene of the accident.
- The hurricane will probably have spent most of its force by the time it reaches the northern parts of the country.
reach verb (LEVEL)
reach verb (STRETCH)
reach verb (COMMUNICATE)
reachnounuk /riːtʃ/ us /riːtʃ/
reach noun (DISTANCE)
- Chocolate and sweets are kept on a high shelf out of the reach of the children.
- I have my book and my paper and everything else that I need within arm's reach.
- Can you get that magazine down for me? It's out of my reach.
- Everything that I use for work is within reach.
- We're within easy reach of the shops here.
reach noun (LIMIT)
reach noun (PART)
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