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Meaning of approach in English


approach

verb

US
/əˈprəʊtʃ/
UK
/əˈproʊtʃ/

approach verb (COME NEAR)


to come near or nearer to something or someone in space, time, quality, or amount:

  • We could just see the train approaching in the distance.
  • If you look out of the window on the left, you'll see that we're now approaching the Eiffel Tower.
  • In my opinion, no other composers even begin to approach (= come near in quality to) Mozart.
  • The total amount raised so far is approaching (= almost) $1,000.
  • He's very active for a man approaching 80 (= who is almost 80 years old).

  • We could just see the train approaching in the distance.
  • If you look out of the window on the left, you'll see that we're now approaching the Eiffel Tower.
  • In my opinion, no other composers even begin to approach (= come near in quality to) Mozart.
  • The total amount raised so far is approaching (= almost) $1,000.
  • He's very active for a man approaching 80 (= who is almost 80 years old).

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