Definition of close range in English:

close range

Syllabification: close range
Pronunciation: /ˌklōs ˈrānj
 
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noun

  • A short distance between someone or something and a target: two bullets fired at close range watching a bird at close range
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    • This allowed him to knock the ball across to O'Connor, who slid a close-range shot into the net.
    • He scored his second, and fifth of the campaign, with a close-range shot in the 67th minute
    • The hosts made a brisk start and had an opportunity to open the scoring inside two minutes with a close-range penalty award.

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