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  1. reach

    • IPA[riːtʃ]

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    • v.
      stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something;extend one's hand or arm in an attempt to touch or grasp (something)
    • n.
      an act of reaching out with one's arm;the distance to which someone, especially a boxer, can stretch out their hand
    • noun: reach, plural noun: reaches

    • verb: reach, 3rd person present: reaches, gerund or present participle: reaching, past tense: reached, past participle: reached

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something:

      he reached over and turned off his bedside light

      she reached out to squeeze Hope's hand

    • 2. extend one's hand or arm in an attempt to touch or grasp (something):

      Leith reached for the nearest folder

    • 3. stretch out one's hand or arm:

      he reached out a hand and touched her hair

    • 4. stretch upwards to pick something up and bring it to a lower level:

      she reached down a plate from the cupboard

    • 5. hand (something) to (someone):

      reach me those glasses

    • 6. be able to touch something with an outstretched arm or leg:

      I had to stand on tiptoe and even then I could hardly reach

    • 7. seek to establish communication with someone, with the aim of offering or obtaining assistance or cooperation:

      his style was to reach out all the time, especially to members of his own party

      anyone in need of assistance should reach out to the authorities as soon as possible

    • 8. arrive at; get as far as:

      ‘Goodbye,’ she said as they reached the door

      the show is due to reach our screens early next year

    • 9. arrive:

      just round that corner, by them mango trees, and we reach

    • 10. attain or extend to (a specified point, level, or condition):

      unemployment reached a peak in 1933

      denim shorts that reach to his knees

    • 11. succeed in achieving:

      the conference reached agreement on the draft treaty

    • 12. attain or extend to (a specified point, level, or condition):

      unemployment reached a peak in 1933

      denim shorts that reach to his knees

    • 13. succeed in achieving:

      the conference reached agreement on the draft treaty

    • 14. succeed in influencing or having an effect on:

      he seeks opportunities to reach viewers without journalistic interference

    • 15. make contact with (someone) by telephone or other means:

      I've been trying to reach you all morning

    • 16. (of a broadcast or other communication) be received by:

      television reached those parts of the electorate that other news sources could not

    • 17. sail with the wind blowing from the side of the ship:

      ‘Brighteyes’ was followed round the Goldstone by ‘Patriot’, while ‘Patriot’ white-sail reached

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of reaching out with one's arm:

      she made a reach for him

    • 2. the distance to which someone, especially a boxer, can stretch out their hand:

      a giant, over six feet seven with a reach of over 81 inches

    • 3. the extent or range of something's application, effect, or influence:

      he told a story to illustrate the reach of his fame

    • 4. the number of people who watch or listen to a particular broadcast or channel during a specified period:

      the programme's daily reach is 400,000

    • 5. a continuous extent of water, especially a stretch of river between two bends, or the part of a canal between locks:

      the upper reaches of the Nile

    • 6. a distance traversed in reaching:

      he could sail a clear reach for Key Canaka

    • n.
      a point of sailing in which the wind blows from slightly in front of the beam:
    • we sailed on a close reach directly for Sharp's Island
    • v.
      sail with the wind from slightly in front of the beam:
    • the yachts close-reached for home

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    • n.
      a situation in sailing in which the wind blows from slightly in front of the beam:
    • we sailed on a close reach directly for Sharp's Island
    • v.
      sail with the wind from slightly in front of the beam:
    • the yachts close-reached for home

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    • n.
      a point of sailing in which the wind blows over a boat's quarter, between the beam and the stern:
    • on a broad reach they are magnificent craft
    • v.
      sail on a broad reach.

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    • n.
      a point of sailing in which the wind blows over a boat's quarter, between the beam and the stern:
    • on a broad reach they are magnificent craft
    • v.
      sail on a broad reach.

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    • ph. inside the distance to which someone can stretch out their hand

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    • ph. inside the distance to which someone can stretch out their hand

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    • adj.
      (of a garment) ready-made or second-hand.
    • n.
      a second-hand or ready-made garment:
    • a gaunt little girl in threadbare workhouse reach-me-downs

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    • ph. outside the distance to which someone can stretch out their hand

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    • v.
      stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something:
    • he reached over and turned off his bedside light

      she reached out to squeeze Hope's hand

    • n.
      an act of reaching out with one's arm:
    • she made a reach for him

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