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Pronunciation of Reach: Learn how to pronounce Reach in English correctly

Learn how to say Reach correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word reach:

1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something:
he reached over and turned off his bedside light
(reach for) extend one’s hand or arm in an attempt to touch or grasp (something):
Leith reached for the nearest folder
[with object] (reach something out) stretch out one’s hand or arm:
he reached out a hand and touched her hair
[with object] (reach something down) stretch upwards to pick something up and bring it to a lower level:
she reached down a plate from the cupboard
[with two objects] hand (something) to (someone):
reach me those glasses
[no object] be able to touch something with an outstretched arm or leg:
I had to stand on tiptoe and even then I could hardly reach
2 [with object] arrive at; get as far as:
‘Goodbye,’ she said as they reached the door
the show is due to reach our screens early next year
[no object] West Indian arrive:
just round that corner, by them mango trees, and we reach
3 [with object] attain or extend to (a specified point, level, or condition):
unemployment reached a peak in 1933
[no object]:
denim shorts that reach to his knees
succeed in achieving:
the conference reached agreement on the draft treaty
succeed in influencing or having an effect on:
he seeks opportunities to reach viewers without journalistic interference
4 [with object] make contact with (someone) by telephone or other means:
I’ve been trying to reach you all morning
(of a broadcast or other communication) be received by:
television reached those parts of the electorate that other news sources could not
5 [no object] Sailing sail with the wind blowing from the side of the ship:
‘Brighteyes’ was followed round the Goldstone by ‘Patriot’, while ‘Patriot’ white-sail reached
1an act of reaching out with one’s arm:
she made a reach for him
[in singular] the distance to which someone, especially a boxer, can stretch out their hand:
a giant, over six feet seven with a reach of over 81 inches
2the extent or range of something’s application, effect, or influence:
he told a story to illustrate the reach of his fame
the number of people who watch or listen to a particular broadcast or channel during a specified period:
the programme’s daily reach is 400,000
3 (often reaches) a continuous extent of water, especially a stretch of river between two bends, or the part of a canal between locks:
the upper reaches of the Nile
4 Sailing a distance traversed in reaching:
he could sail a clear reach for Key Canaka