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riːtʃ Listen
  • stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something.
    E.g. he reached over and turned off his bedside light
  • arrive at; get as far as.
    E.g. ‘Goodbye,’ she said as they reached the door
  • sail with the wind blowing from the side of the ship.
    E.g. ‘Brighteyes’ was followed round the Goldstone by ‘Patriot’, while ‘Patriot’ white-sail reached
  • an act of reaching out with one's arm.
    E.g. she made a reach for him
  • the extent or range of something's application, effect, or influence.
    E.g. he told a story to illustrate the reach of his fame
  • a continuous extent of water, especially a stretch of river between two bends, or the part of a canal between locks.
    E.g. the upper reaches of the Nile
  • a distance traversed in reaching.
    E.g. he could sail a clear reach for Key Canaka

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