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British English: /reɪn(d)ʒ/
American English: /reɪndʒ/

Translation of range in French:


  • 1 (Business) (gen) (choice) (of prices, colours, models, products)
    (of activities, alternatives, options)
    a top/bottom of the range computer
    un ordinateur haut/bas de gamme
    in a wide range of prices
    à tous les prix
    in a wide range of colours
    dans un grand choix de couleurs
  • 2 (spectrum)
    (of people, abilities, beliefs, emotions)
    (of benefits, salaries, incentives)
    (of issues, assumptions)
    salary range
    éventail des salaires
    in the 30–40% range
    dans les 30 à 40%
    in the £50–£100 range
    entre 50 et 100 livres sterling
    what is your price range?
    quel prix voulez-vous y mettre?, dans quel ordre de prix?
    to have a wide range of interests
    s'intéresser à beaucoup de choses
    a wide range of views/opinions
    des vues/opinions très diverses
    I teach pupils right across the ability range
    j'enseigne à des élèves de niveaux différents
    there is a wide ability range in this class
    il y a des niveaux très différents dans cette classe
  • 4 (scope) (of influence, knowledge)
    étendue (f)
    (of investigation, research)
  • 5 (distance) at a range of 200 m
    à une distance de 200 m
    from long range
    de loin
    to shoot somebody at close range
    tirer sur quelqu'un à bout portant
    within hearing range
  • 8 (American English) (prairie) on the range
    dans les pâturages
  • 11 (Finance)
    the dollar is within its old range
    les fluctuations du dollar sont rentrées dans leurs anciennes limites

transitive verb

intransitive verb

  • 3 (cover)to range over something
    couvrir quelque chose
    his speech ranged over a wide variety of subjects
    son discours couvrait toute une gamme de sujets
  • 5 (Military)to range over
    (gun, missile)
    avoir une portée de
    (20 km)

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