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Translation of "reach" - English-Turkish dictionary

reach

verb     /riːtʃ/
ARRIVE [T]
B1 to arrive somewhere ulaşmak, varmak, erişmek We won't reach Miami till five or six o'clock.Arriving, entering and invading
STRETCH [I, T]
B2 to stretch your arm and hand to touch or take something uzanmak, uzatmak, erişmeye/almaya çalışmak She reached for a cigarette. She reached down to stroke the dog's head. He reached out and grabbed her arm.Stretching the body
can reach (sth)
B2 to be able to touch or take something with your hand yetişebilmek, uzanmak, erişebilmek, dokunabilmek Could you get that book down for me - I can't reach.Stretching the body
BE LONG ENOUGH [I, T]
If something reaches, or reaches something, it is long enough to touch something. uzanmak, uzatmak, erişmek, yetişmek The rope won't be long enough to reach the ground.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
LEVEL [T]
B2 to get to a particular level, situation, etc belli bir seviyeye/duruma ulaşmak/erişmek We hope to reach our goal by May next year. I've reached the point where I'm about to give up.Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
reach a decision/agreement/conclusion, etc
B2 to make a decision, agreement, etc about something bir sonuca/anlaşmaya/karara vs. varmak Decisions and deciding
TELEPHONE [T]
B2 to speak to someone on the telephone telefonla ulaşmak/konuşmak You can reach him at home.Communicating by telephone
(Definition of reach verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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