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approach definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • in the future almost or nearer, such as room or time: springtime methods.
    • Sports to produce a strategy, such as tennis.
    • in the future or go near, set up or time; to-draw nigh; to advance nearer.
    • to attract almost, in a figurative sense; to create advances; to approximate.
  • verb-transitive:
    • in the future or go near or nearer to: approached the tunnel.
    • To come near, like in appearance, quality, or condition; approximate: The overall performance approaches excellence.
    • which will make a proposal or overtures to with a certain end in view: approached the management for a raise.
    • to start to deal with or focus on: approached the duty with dread; approached the matter from a historical perspective.
    • to create almost; resulting in to draw near; to advance.
    • in the future in close proximity to in place, time, or personality; to attract nearer to
    • To just take approaches to.
  • noun:
    • The work of approaching: the strategy of evening.
    • A fairly close resemblance; an approximation.
    • an easy method or method of achieving anything; an access: a technique for the bridge.
    • The method found in dealing with or achieving: a logical approach to the issue.
    • An advance or overture produced by someone to a different.
    • Sports The golf stroke following drive from the tee with which a person tries to have the basketball on the placing green.
    • Sports The actions taken before carrying out a competitive maneuver, as by a diver before diving forward from a springboard or by a bowler before delivering the ball.
    • Sports The an element of the area behind the nasty line in a bowling alley used by a bowler in delivering the baseball.
    • The work of drawing near; a coming or advancing almost.
    • An access, or opportunity of drawing near.
    • Movements to achieve favor; improvements.
    • an easy method, passageway, or opportunity where a spot or buildings can be approached; an access.
    • a fashion for which a challenge is solved or policy is created.
    • The advanced works, trenches, or covered roads produced by besiegers within their improvements toward a fortress or military post.
    • A stroke whoever object will be secure the basketball on putting green. Its made out of an iron club.
    • The way an aircraft places at an airport.
    • the location before the lane, for which a new player may sit or run up before bowling the basketball.
    • The act of design near; a coming or advancing almost.
    • A access, or chance of attracting near.
    • motions to gain favor; advances.
    • an easy method, passageway, or avenue wherein a spot or structures could be approached; an access.
    • The advanced level works, trenches, or covered roads created by besiegers within their improvements toward a fortress or army post.
    • See Approaching.
    • A stroke whoever item will be secure the ball in the placing green. It really is made out of an iron club.
    • that section of a flight where an airplane descends toward the landing strip.
    • the steps taken by a bowler just before delivering the baseball toward the pins.
    • The work of design near; a coming or advancing near.
    • Access; opportunity or liberty of drawing near; nearness: as, “the approach to kings,” Bacon.
    • Nearness or close approximation in high quality, likeness, or character.
    • A passage or avenue where such a thing is approached; any ways access or approximation.
    • plural In fortification, the works tossed up by besiegers to safeguard by themselves in their advances toward a fortress. Compare boyau.
    • In tennis, the play in which a new player endeavors to have their baseball onto the putting-green.
    • a relatively quick tennis shot designed to put the ball on the placing green
    • a tentative suggestion made to generate the responses of other people
    • the event of one item coming nearer to another
    • the work of drawing spatially nearer to something
    • the temporal residential property of becoming nearer eventually
    • ideas or actions meant to cope with a problem or situation
    • a detailed approximation
    • a way of entering or leaving
    • the final path accompanied by an aircraft as it's landing
  • verb:
    • in the future or go near, in position or time; to-draw nigh; to advance nearer.
    • To draw near, in a figurative sense; to make advances; to approximate.
    • in the future close to positioned, time, character, or value; to attract nearer to.
    • which will make an attempt at (resolving a problem or making an insurance plan).
    • To talk with, concerning make a request or ask a question.
    • To take methods to.
    • start to deal with
    • come near eventually
    • move towards
    • make improvements to someone, generally with a proposal or suggestion
    • come near or verge on, look like, come nearer in high quality, or character
  • others:
    • ahead or get near in position or time; draw near; advance nearer; come right into existence.
    • Figuratively, to-draw near; approximate; come near in degree: with to: as, he approaches to the type of an able statesman.
    • to create almost; advance: as, he approached their hand into the glass.
    • To come or draw next to: as, to approach the gate.
    • Figuratively, in the future next to in high quality, personality, or condition; nearly equal: since, contemporary sculpture doesn't approach that the Greeks.
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