Synonyms of 'reach'
to arrive at or get to (a place)He did not stop until he reached the door.
to arrive at or amount to (an amount or value)We're told the figure could reach 100,000 next year.
He's halfway to attaining his pilot's licence.
to succeed in touchingCan you reach your toes with your fingertips?
to make contact or communication withI'll tell her you've been trying to reach her.
to extend as far as (a point or place)a nightshirt that reached to his knees
to come to (a certain condition or situation)They are meeting in Lusaka in an attempt to reach a compromise.
the extent or distance of reachingLuckily, the phone was in easy reach.
Peace is now within our grasp.
The average age range is between 35 and 55.
They measured the distance between the island and the shore.
It's a very dangerous stretch of road.
the whole sweep of German social and political history
an aircraft with a bomb-carrying capacity of 454 kg
an estate about seven or eight acres in extent
the scope of a novel
the range of influence or powerThe elite are no longer beyond the reach of the law.
The British police have no jurisdiction over foreign bank accounts.
women who have reached positions of great power and influence
As he grew older, she had less influence and couldn't control him.
the struggle for command of the air
the sphere of international politics
How can mothers keep daughters under their sway?
Within the compass of a book of this size, such a comprehensive survey is not practicable.
a region where humans have gained mastery over the major rivers
medicines which fall outside the ambit of the price-fixing agreement
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in the sense of accomplish
to completeIf we all work together, I think we can accomplish our goal.
in the sense of ambit
limits or boundarymedicines which fall outside the ambit of the price-fixing agreement
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