Phrasal Verb of the Day

reach out

Today: Sun, 19 Aug 2018

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Meaning:

to extend your arm in order to touch or take something with your hand

For example:

  • reach out Ronaldo reached out to shake hands with his fans, and then drove off.

  • reach out If you extend your finger in front of a baby, the baby will reach out and grasp it.

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Quick Quiz

If you reach out for something, you try to touch it with

a. your tongue

b. your hand

c. a ten-foot pole