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The expression ranging from (something) to (something) allows us to express the idea of a variety of different things:
The store sells everything ranging from perfumes to books. It sells a very wide variety of goods.
(The temperature) ranges between (14 and 20 degrees): (The temperature) varies from (14 to 20 degrees)
a range (of colors): a variety, a selection, a spectrum (of colors)
We offer a wide range of products in the store. We have a wide variety here.
UK: We sell all sorts of food, ranging from apples to yogurts.
US: I liked these shoes so much that I bought them in a wide range of colors.
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- "Mile High Airways fly to a range of out-of-the-way and obscure destinations."
- "Its timeless design represents the enduring qualities of the Delavigne range."
- "Purchases materials ranging from glass bottles to seaweed."
- "Therefore, the central buying commission wants to expand our range of Delavigne perfumes."
- "The company, at the center of hundreds of scandals in the last 10 years, ranging from illegal bear hunts to monkey abuse to laboratory explosions, just can't seem to get their act together."
- "Caroline : We believe that when YouBeauty.com starts to sell the Delavigne range, you will see an enormous growth in online sales."
- "To smell just right, there's a huge range of scents to choose from. Our fragrance expert at Vague magazine is here to help you choose from 3 of the best."
- "As a special treat, we have an exclusive perfume range which is only available in this store."
- "Contraption is the biggest-selling scent in the Kalvin Krime range."
- "Zack Fielding, described as a shy loner by his classmates, threw a range of sweets, including jelly beans and candy corn, during a 10th grade math class."
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