1. an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet";
2. the limits within which something can be effective;
3. a large tract of grassy open land on which livestock can graze;
4. a series of hills or mountains;
5. a place for shooting (firing or driving) projectiles of various kinds;
6. the limits of the values a function can take;
7. a variety of different things or activities;
8. the limit of capability;
9. a kitchen appliance used for cooking food;
1. change or be different within limits;
2. move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment;
3. have a range; be capable of projecting over a certain distance, as of a gun;
4. range or extend over; occupy a certain area;
5. lay out in a line
6. feed as in a meadow or pasture;
7. let eat;
8. assign a rank or rating to;
We'll give the enemy beans when they come within range.
The country is importing a broad range of skilled personnel.
a range of furnishings and accessories for the home
The ship came within range of the guns.
The range of his erudition is wide.
Several cars are available within this price range.
He has always been of the opinion that university students ought to have a wider range of knowledge.
His interests spanned a wide range of subjects.
She has a marvellous voice with an extraordinary range.
He covered a wide range of topics with unusual candour.
a restricted range of foods
a factory producing a range of textiles
Our equipment is top of the range.
He developed a wide range of sporting interests as a pupil at Millfield.
Feeding is not a problem because the birds range over such a large area.
Our range of herbal teas contain no preservatives, colourings or artificial flavourings.
Officials say they're so far apart on such a wide range of issues there's no telling how long the talks could drag on.
Herbs have been used for centuries to endow a whole range of foods with subtle flavours.
I teach psychology by way of a range of traditional lectures, practicals and tutorials.
Free range and battery eggs, boiled for four minutes, were hard to tell apart.
Her vocal range was, to say the least of it, limited, and she had a distressing tendency to sing flat.
Marks & Spencer recently hired model Linda Evangelista to launch its new range.
Could you give us an idea of the range of complaints you've been receiving?
They were fooling around on an Army firing range.
He had murdered Perceval at point blank range with a single shot.
Their remedy lay within the range of existent technology.
The slim booklets describe a range of services and facilities.
The island offers a wide range of offshore banking facilities.
at a range of
with a specified distance between one person or thing and another
a bat can detect a moth at a range of less than 8 feet.
hill, mount, mountain, range, peak, volcano
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