Approach


Pronunciation-[uh-prohch]
Part of speech- verb (used with object) Noun
Definition- 1. To come near or nearer to.
2. To come near to in quality, character, time, or condition; to come within range for comparison.
3. To present, offer, or make a proposal or request.
4. To begin work on, set about.
5. To make advances to; address.
Noun
6. The act of drawing near.
7. Nearness or close approximation.
8. Any means of access, as a road or ramp.
9. The method used or steps taken in setting about a task, problem,etc.
10. The course to be followed by an aircraft in approaching for a landing or in joining a trafficpattern.

Sentence
  1. The cars slowed down as they approached the intersection.
  2. As a poet he hardly approaches Keats.
  3. He would approach the president with a suggestion after his breakfast.
  4. He approached his blue prints for his new house.
  5. He approached in his process of building a house.
  6. The approach of a train.
  7. A fair approach to accuracy.
  8. The approaches to a city.
  9. His approach to any problem was to prepare an outline.
  10. The plane's approach to the airport was hazardous.

Variations
ap·proacher, noun
ap·proach·less, adjective
re·ap·proach, verb
un·ap·proached, adjective
un·ap·proach·ing, adjective

synonym
antonym
advance
exit
entrance
leaving