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..... in reach?



South Korea

Check this sentence out~ please^^


I've been trying to think of a category I have a shot at. Most Popular and Most Athletic are definitely out, so I'm going to have to find something that's a little bit more in reach.



What does "in reach" mean?

I tried to look up this in dic, but I couldn't find…

Can you give me a little hint?

05:17 AM Feb 25 2009 |

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Teacher AmySuper Member!

United States

"In reach" is an idiom meaning attainable or possible to achieve or get. It's the opposite of "out of reach."




11:15 PM Feb 25 2009 |