Approach

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Definition

to approach: to move towards, to get close to, to advance, to draw near
verb
The deadline is approaching, you only have 2 days left.

an approach: an advance, a nearing; a way, a means, a style
noun
You have an innovative approach to marketing. Your style is very interesting.

Pronunciation examples
UK: That's an interesting approach.
US: My birthday is approaching. I want a puppy.

Examples

  • "The Delavigne Corporation is delighted to announce the launch of the new and improved Classic Collection publicity campaign, still starring Ivana Bümbüm. Offering a more subtle approach than the first version of the Classic Collection campaign earlier this year, the new marketing strategy is more innovative in its attention to nuance, and its bespoke approach."
  • "A "one size fits all" approach is outdated and unsuccessful."
  • "I am working for a company which offers French lessons by e-mail, using a unique approach which adapts to each user."
  • "Glen : Alright everyone, we're approaching the end of our yogic journey."
  • "But really it's a unique approach to language learning."
  • "Since you're in charge of personnel, I want to ask you to approach the accounts department on my behalf."
  • "California is one of the most generous states when it comes to family leave, and the Delavigne Corporation is well-known for its progressive approach."
  • "Our readers would be fascinated to hear about your unique approach to accounting and your opinions on the finance world in general."
  • "Brian : Now Lucie, we're approaching Bruno's office."

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