reach

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈriːtʃ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ritʃ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(rēch)

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reach

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. reach the [end, finish, limits] (of)
  2. reaching [capacity, the limit, maximum]
  3. reached over [100,000]
  4. reach your destination
  5. we have reached our destination
  6. reached a (good) stopping point
  7. reach your [goals, dreams]
  8. will reach our goal of
  9. reached his potential
  10. reach [an agreement, a consensus, a conclusion]
  11. reached for his [gun, knife, weapon]
  12. reach for the [top shelf, flower]
  13. reach for the stars
  14. reached into [his pocket, her purse]
  15. reached across and [touched, kissed, took]
  16. [couldn't, struggled to] reach the [top shelf]
  17. [crime, poverty, gun violence] has reached new heights
  18. [deaths, injuries] have reached [100]
  19. [expected, projected] to reach [100] by [2050]
  20. will reach [Mars, London] by
  21. reached [cruising speed, 35,000 feet]
  22. reach new heights
  23. will [eventually, easily] reach
  24. [too short, not long enough] to reach
  25. [prices, rates] reached
  26. reach out to [your friends, those in need]
  27. reach out [and, to] touch
n
  1. a [long, short, wide] reach
  2. a 10- [feet, meter, mile] reach
  3. a [daily, combined, total] reach (of)
  4. the [outer, inner, upper] reaches (of)
  5. the [car, house, vacation] is beyond their reach
  6. the [job, goal, distance] was beyond her reach
  7. the goal was [within, out of, beyond] our reach
  8. the [shelf, book, light] is out of my reach
  9. is [just, tantalizingly] out of reach
  10. the [hotel, location, property] is within easy reach
  11. is within [talking, walking, driving, hearing] reach
  12. the [newspaper, publication, show] has a daily reach of (500,000)
  13. the [boxer, fighter] has a reach of (80 inches)
  14. made a reach for his [gun, weapon, knife]
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