means+of+approach

  • 1 means of approach — index access (right of way) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 approach — I verb accedere, accost, advance, adventare, appropinquare, be in proximity, be in sight of, be in the neighborhood of, be in the vicinity of, be near, come forward, come near, confront, converge upon, draw near, edge close to, get near, go near …

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  • 3 approach — [n1] way, means of arriving access, accession, advance, advent, avenue, coming, drawing near, entrance, gate, landing, nearing, passage, path, reaching, road, way; concepts 159,501 Ant. departure, distancing, leaving approach [n2] request,… …

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  • 4 approach — [ə prōch′] vi. [ME aprochen < OFr aprochier < LL(Ec) appropiare < L ad , to + propius, compar. of prope, near] to come closer or draw nearer vt. 1. to come near or nearer to 2. to be like or similar to; approximate 3. to make advances, a …

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  • 5 approach — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I v. t. accost, confront, encounter (See contact); draw near, approach. n. access, avenue, ingress; bid, offer; fashion, manner, method; nearing, approach. Ant., withdraw, recede. II Motion toward Nouns… …

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  • 6 approach — Synonyms and related words: MO, access, accomplish, accomplishment, accordance, accost, achieve, achievement, act on, address, adit, advance, advances, advent, advise, agreement, air lock, algorithm, alikeness, alliance, analogy, answer,… …

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  • 7 approach — approacher, n. approachless, adj. /euh prohch /, v.t. 1. to come near or nearer to: The cars slowed down as they approached the intersection. 2. to come near to in quality, character, time, or condition; to come within range for comparison: As a… …

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  • 8 approach — I. verb Etymology: Middle English approchen, from Anglo French aprocher, from Late Latin appropiare, from Latin ad + prope near; akin to Latin pro before more at for Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to draw closer to ; near …

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  • 9 approach — v. & n. v. 1 tr. come near or nearer to (a place or time). 2 intr. come near or nearer in space or time (the hour approaches). 3 tr. make a tentative proposal or suggestion to (approached me about a loan). 4 tr. a be similar in character, quality …

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  • 10 approach — /əˈproʊtʃ / (say uh prohch) verb (t) 1. to come nearer or near to: to approach the city. 2. to come near to in quality, character, time, or condition: few can approach Homer as a poet. 3. to bring near to something. 4. to make advances or a… …

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  • 11 Approach and Landing Tests — Infobox Space mission mission name = Approach and Landing Tests insignia = ALT mission patch.png shuttle = Enterprise crew members = 2 x 2 launch pad = N/A launch = N/A landing = N/A duration = N/A orbits = Not orbital flights altitude = N/A… …

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  • 12 approach — {{11}}approach (n.) mid 15c., from APPROACH (Cf. approach) (v.). Figurative sense of means of handling a problem, etc. is first attested 1905. {{12}}approach (v.) c.1300, from Anglo Fr. approcher, O.Fr. aprochier approach, come closer (12c.,… …

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  • 13 Approach the witness — In a common law jurisdiction, to approach the witness means for an attorney to ask questions to a witness about documentary evidence. [See a similar definition at [http://dictionary.law.com/default2.asp?typed=approach+the+witness type=3 submit1.x …

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  • 14 approach — 1. verb 1) she approached the altar Syn: move towards, near, come near, close in on, close with, gain on 2) she approached him about a pay rise Syn: speak to, talk to, sound out, make a proposal to …

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  • 15 approach — 1. verb 1) she approached the altar Syn: move toward, come/go toward, advance toward, inch toward, go/come/draw/move nearer, go/come/draw/move closer, near; close in, gain on; reach, arrive at Ant: leave 2) …

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  • 16 approach — ap•proach [[t]əˈproʊtʃ[/t]] v. t. 1) to come nearer to: The car approached the curb[/ex] 2) to come within range for comparison: As a poet he can t approach Keats[/ex] 3) to make contact with: approached the company with an offer[/ex] 4) to begin …

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  • 17 approach — 1. verb /əˈprəʊtʃ/ a) To come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer. Wherefore approached ye so nigh unto the city? mdash;2 Sam. xi. 20. b) To draw near, in a figurative sense; to make advances; to approximate. But… …

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  • 18 means — Synonyms and related words: MO, Swiss bank account, action, ad hoc measure, algorithm, answer, apparatus, approach, artifice, assessed valuation, assets, assets and liabilities, attack, available means, balance, bank account, bottom dollar,… …

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  • 19 MEANS — (Roget s Thesaurus II) Index noun approach, art, go between, mean3, outfit, tactic, ticket, tool, trick, way adjective artful …

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  • 20 liberty of approach — index admittance (means of approach) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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