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range /reɪndʒ/ noun


حیطه ، ناحیه ، سلسله ردیف ، وسعت ، رشته کوه ، فاصله ، حد فاصل ، برد سلاح ، میدان تیر ، برد هدف ، مسافت ، حدود جذر و مد دریا ، دسته ، در طبقه قرار دادن ، به خط کردن ، ردیف ، به نظم و ترتیب واداشتن ، تنظیم تیرکردن یا قلق گیری کردن ، دامنه تغییرات ، دامه تغییرات ، رسایی ، چشم رس ، تیررس ، برد ، دسترسی ، محدوده ، حوزه ، تغییر کردن ، خط مبنا ، منحنی مبنا ، درصف اوردن ، اراستن ، مرتب کردن ، میزان کردن ، عبور کردن ، مسطح کردن ، سیر و حرکت کردن ، علوم مهندسی: میدان حدود تغییرات ، کامپیوتر: دامنه ، عمران: سلسله ، معماری: گام ، شیمی: گستره ، روانشناسی: دامنه ، بازرگانی: دامنه ، محدوده ، ورزش: گستره ، علوم هوایی: طیف ، علوم نظامی: شعاع عمل هواپیما یاخودرو

: range (navigational)

ترانزیت ، علوم نظامی: خط ترانزیت راهنمای ناو

: range (target)

میدان تیر هدف دار ، برد هدف ، علوم نظامی: مسافت هدف
مهندسی صنایع: دامنه ، محدوده ،حوزه
تفاوت بین حداقل و حداکثر داده ها را دامنه گویند الکترونیک: برد ، حوزه ، محدوده ، دامنه ، کامپیوتر: گستره ، شیمی: برد ، گستره ، تربیت بدنی: دامنه ، تجارت خارجی: حیطه ، ناحیه ، طبقه ، رشته ، سلسله ردیف ، حدود ، وسعت ، حوزه ، میدان حدود تغییرات ، علوم مهندسی: بر ، دامنه ، طیف ، هواپیمایی: رشته کوه ، فاصله ، دامنه تغییرات ، حد فاصل ، گام ، معماری: برد سلاح ، میدان تیر ، برد هدف ، مسافت ، حدود ، حدود جذر و مد دریا ، صف ، دسته ، در طبقه قرار دادن ، به خط کردن ، ردیف ، به نظم و ترتیب واداشتن ، تنظیم تیرکردن یا قلق گیری کردن ، شعاع عمل هواپیما یاخودرو ، علوم نظامی: دامنه تغییرات ، سلسله ، عمران: دامنه ، روانشناسی: دامه تغییرات ، محدوده ، اقتصاد: رسایی ، چشم رس ، تیررس ، برد، دسترسی ، حدود، محدوده ، حوزه ، تغییر کردن ، خط مبنا، منحنی مبنا، درصف اوردن ، اراستن ، مرتب کردن ، میزان کردن ، عبور کردن ، مسطح کردن ، سیر و حرکت کردن کامپیوتر: دامنه ، محدوده زیست شناسی: مرتع طبیعی گسترده

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

range
[noun]
Synonyms:
- limits, area, bounds, orbit, province, radius, reach, scope, sphere
- series, assortment, collection, gamut, lot, selection, variety
[verb]
Synonyms:
- vary, extend, reach, run, stretch
- roam, ramble, rove, traverse, wander
Related Idioms: range of comprehension
Related Words: assort, classify, sort, bias, dispose, incline, predispose, differ, fluctuate, area, space, span, domain, field, province, sphere, territory, amplitude, expanse, gamut, spread, compass, radius, reach, scope, stretch, sweep

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. range1 S1 W1 AC /reɪndʒ/ noun
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: renge, from rengier; range2]

1. VARIETY OF THINGS/PEOPLE [countable usually singular] a number of people or things that are all different, but are all of the same general type
range of
a range of services
The drug is effective against a range of bacteria.
wide/broad/whole/full range of something
students from a wide range of backgrounds
advice on a whole range of subjects
narrow/limited range of something
A fairly narrow range of people are responsible for key decisions.

2. LIMITS [countable] the limits within which amounts, quantities, ages etc vary
age/price/temperature etc range
toys suitable for children in the pre-school age range
a temperature range of 72–85º,
in/within a ... range
Your blood pressure’s well within the normal range.
in the range (of) something to something
a salary in the range of $25,000 to $30,000
Even the cheapest property was out of our price range (=too expensive for us).

3. PRODUCTS [countable] a set of similar products made by a particular company or available in a particular shop
range of
a new range of kitchenware
A company from Darlington has just launched its latest range of fashion jewellery.
The watches in this range are priced at £24.50.
We have a very large product range.mid-range, top-of-the-range

4. DISTANCE
a) [uncountable and countable] the distance over which a particular weapon can hit things
range of
missiles with a range of 3000 km
within range (of something)
We waited until the enemy was within range.
out of/beyond range (of something)
I ducked down to get out of range of the gunshots.
at close/short/point-blank range (=from very close)
Both men had been shot at point-blank range.long-range, short-range
b) [uncountable and countable] the distance within which something can be seen or heard
within range (of something)
a handsome man who drew admiring glances from any female within range
any spot within range of your radio signal
out of/beyond range (of something)
Joan hoped that the others were out of range of her mother’s voice.
One way to see birds at close range is to attract them into your own garden.
c) [countable] the distance which a vehicle such as an aircraft can travel before it needs more fuel etc
range of
The plane has a range of 3,600 miles.

5. MUSIC [countable usually singular] all the musical notes that a particular singer or musical instrument can make:
His vocal range is amazing.

6. MOUNTAINS/HILLS [countable] a group of mountains or hills, usually in a line:
a land of high mountain ranges and deep valleys
range of mountains/hills
the longest range of hills in the Lake District

7. PLACE FOR SHOOTING [countable] an area of land where you can practise shooting or where weapons can be tested:
a rifle range
the police shooting range

8. ABILITY [uncountable and countable] the number of different things that someone, especially an actor or actress, does well:
an actor of extraordinary range and intensity

9. LAND [uncountable and countable] American English a large area of land covered with grass, on which cattle are kept

10. COOKING [countable]
a) American English a cooker
b) British English a large piece of kitchen equipment in which you make a fire and use this heat to cook food ⇒ stove:
a coal-fired kitchen range
free-range

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. range2 W3 AC verb
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: rengier, from renc, reng; rank1]

1. INCLUDE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
a) to include a variety of different things or people in addition to those mentioned
range from something to something
The show had a massive audience, ranging from children to grandparents.
b) if prices, levels, temperatures etc range from one amount to another, they include both those amounts and anything in between
range from something to something
There were 120 students whose ages ranged from 10 to 18.
range between something and something
The population of these cities ranges between 3 and 5 million.
range in age/size/price etc
The shoes range in price from $25 to $100.

2. DEAL WITH MANY SUBJECTS [intransitive] to deal with a wide range of subjects or ideas in a book, speech, conversation etc
range over
The conversation had ranged over a variety of topics, from sport to current affairs.
The discussion ranged widely.

3. MOVE AROUND [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to move around in an area without aiming for a particular place Synonym : wander
range over/through
Cattle ranged over the pastures in search of food.

4. range yourself with/against somebody/something formal to publicly state your agreement with, or opposition to, a particular group’s beliefs and ideas:
individuals who had ranged themselves against the authorities

5. ARRANGE British English [transitive always + adverb/preposition] formal to put things in a particular order or position:
In the dining room, team photographs were ranged along the wall.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

range
noun
I. different things within the same category
ADJ. broad, enormous, extensive, great, huge, large, vast, wide | complete, comprehensive, full, whole | infinite | excellent, exciting, good, superb | astonishing, extraordinary, range.
PREP. beyond ~ This car is beyond the range of most people's pockets.
in/within ~ Are we within range of the local transmitter?
out of ~ Don't shoot yet?he's still out of range.
outside a/the ~ It's outside my range of vision. impressive, remarkable | diverse people from a diverse range of backgrounds
acceptable | limited, poor | new Come and see our new range of furniture.
product For more information about our product range, call your local branch.
VERB + RANGE have, stock They stock a very wide range of garden products.
make, produce | offer (sb), provide (sb with), supply (sb with) We provide a full range of financial services.
choose (sth) from, try out Students can choose from a wide range of options.
create, develop, launch The company is launching a new range of cosmetics.
expand, extend
RANGE + VERB include sth Our comprehensive range of benefits includes pension and health insurance.
PREP. in a/the ~ the other models in their new range
PHRASES bottom/middle/top of the range This is a top of the range refrigerator.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

range
II. amount between particular limits
ADJ. broad, wide | narrow | normal | ability, age, price, size, temperature, etc.
VERB + RANGE cover, encompass, feature, include The trade show will feature an enormous range of goods.
extend, increase trying to extend the range of children's language
PREP. across a/the ~ There is considerable variation in ability across the range.
in a/the ~ Most of the students are in the age range 17?21.
outside a/the ~ No, that's completely outside my price range.
within a/the ~ The level of mistakes is within the acceptable range of standards for a public organization.
~ of a broad range of abilities

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

range
III. distance that it is possible to travel, see, etc.
ADJ. long missiles effective over a long range
close, point-blank, short He shot her at point-blank

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

range
verb
ADV. enormously, widely
PREP. across The opinions they expressed ranged right across the political spectrum.
between The town's population ranged between 15 and 20,000.
from, in The disease ranges widely in severity.
over Her lecture ranged over a number of topics.
through an array of lilies, ranging through yellow to sombre purple
to selling them at prices ranging from about $10 to $500.
up to Their ages range up to 84.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

range

a wide/broad range
The Institute organises talks on a wide range of topics.
a whole range (=a wide range)
He also supports a whole range of other charities.
a large/great/huge/vast range
A vast range of plants are used in medicines.
a diverse range
During his career he has run a diverse range of businesses.
a narrow/limited range
They only had a very limited range of products available.
a full/complete range
The store stocks a full range of groceries.
an extensive range
The winner will receive a brand-new kitchen from Magnet’s extensive range.
a comprehensive range
We offer a comprehensive range of services for the business traveller.
a new/latest range
Body Blitz is a new range of toiletries specially designed for teenagers.
a product range
We need to broaden our product range.
a colour range British English, a color range AmE:
These curtains are available in a much wider colour range.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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