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  1. range

    • IPA[reɪn(d)ʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      the area of variation between upper and lower limits on a particular scale;the scope of a person's knowledge or abilities
    • v.
      vary or extend between specified limits;place or arrange in a row or rows or in a specified manner
    • noun: range, plural noun: ranges

    • verb: range, 3rd person present: ranges, gerund or present participle: ranging, past tense: ranged, past participle: ranged

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the area of variation between upper and lower limits on a particular scale:

      the cost will be in the range of $1–5 million a day

      grand hotels were outside my price range

    • 2. the scope of a person's knowledge or abilities:

      in this film he gave some indication of his range

    • 3. the compass of a person's voice or a musical instrument:

      she was gifted with an incredible vocal range

    • 4. the period of time covered by something such as a forecast.
    • 5. the area covered by or included in something:

      a guide to the range of debate this issue has generated

    • 6. the set of values that a given function can take as its argument varies.
    • 7. a set of different things of the same general type:

      the area offers a wide range of activities for the tourist

      the company's new carpet range

    • 8. the distance within which a person can see or hear:

      something lurked just beyond her range of vision

    • 9. the maximum distance to which a gun will shoot or over which a missile will travel:

      these rockets have a range of 30 to 40 miles

      a duck came within range

    • 10. the maximum distance at which a radio transmission can be effectively received:

      planets within radio range of Earth

    • 11. the distance that can be covered by a vehicle or aircraft without refuelling:

      the vans have a range of 125 miles

    • 12. the distance between a camera and the subject to be photographed:

      handheld shots taken at extreme telephoto ranges can be pretty wobbly affairs

    • 13. a line or series of mountains or hills:

      a mountain range

    • 14. mountainous or hilly country:

      no one would know if he had survived to live out his life in the ranges back from the river country

    • 15. a large area of open land for grazing or hunting:

      on dude ranches, tourists put on crisp new western gear to ride the range

    • 16. an area of land or sea used as a testing ground for military equipment:

      the cost of dealing with unexploded shells and bombs on former military ranges

    • 17. an open or enclosed area with targets for shooting practice:

      he went down to the ranges to practise shooting

    • 18. the area over which a plant or animal is distributed:

      the chimpanzee extensively overlaps the gorilla in its forest range

    • 19. a large cooking stove with burners or hotplates and one or more ovens, all of which are kept continually hot:

      a wood-burning kitchen range

    • 20. an electric or gas cooker.
    • 21. a row of buildings:

      Townesend's Durham quadrangle range at Trinity College

    • 22. a continuous stretch of a building.
    • 23. the direction or position in which something lies:

      the range of the hills and valleys is nearly from north to south

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. vary or extend between specified limits:

      prices range from £30 to £100

    • 2. place or arrange in a row or rows or in a specified manner:

      a table with half a dozen chairs ranged around it

    • 3. run or extend in a line in a particular direction:

      he regularly came to the benches that ranged along the path

    • 4. (with reference to type) align or be aligned, especially at the ends of successive lines.
    • 5. place oneself or be placed in opposition to (a person or group):

      Japan ranged herself against the European nations

    • 6. (of a person or animal) travel or wander over a wide area:

      patrols ranged deep into enemy territory

      tribes who ranged the windswept lands of the steppe

    • 7. (of a person's eyes) pass from one person or thing to another:

      his eyes ranged over them

    • 8. (of something written or spoken) cover a wide number of different topics:

      tutorials ranged over a variety of subjects

    • 9. obtain the range of a target by adjustment after firing past it or short of it, or by the use of radar or laser equipment:

      radar-type transmissions which appeared to be ranging on our convoys

    • 10. (of a projectile) cover a specified distance.
    • 11. (of a gun) send a projectile over a specified distance.
    • adj. (of a person or their lifestyle) orderly; settled:

    • it's possible to be too rangé

      by comparison with Strachey, Keynes was rangé

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    • n.
      the arithmetic mean of the largest and the smallest values in a sample or other group.
    • adj.
      (of a product) in the middle of a range of products with regard to size, quality, or price:
    • mainframe and mid range computers

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    • n. a place for practising shooting with rifles.

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    • n. the range of acceptable or possible volumes of sound occurring in the course of a piece of music or a performance.

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    • n. a place for practicing shooting with rifles.

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    • adj. (of livestock, especially poultry) kept in natural conditions, with freedom of movement:

    • a free-range, corn-fed chicken

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    • adj. (especially of vehicles or missiles) able to be used or be effective over long distances:

    • long-range bombers

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    • adj. (especially of vehicles or missiles) able to be used or be effective over long distances:

    • long-range bombers

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    • IPA[rānj]

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    • n.
      the area of variation between upper and lower limits on a particular scale:
    • the cost is thought to be in the range of $1-5 million a day

      it's outside my price range

    • v.
      vary or extend between specified limits:
    • patients whose ages ranged from 13 to 25 years

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文range的意思

      是的,range。(reach是達到) 如,我可接受的range很大 ( My range is wild.) 或,這超過我的range了( It's above my range.)

    • 請問為什麼是wide-ranging不是widely

      The population spread of deers is wide-ranging. The population spread of deers is widely-ranged. ...

    • the problem of range extender

      Setting up a range extender without having access to router 在沒有存取使用分享器的情況下,建立...並且試著從我鄰居的無線網路連接網路 Can anyone help me set up a range extender to my laptop, without having access to a router. 有任何人可以...