a range indicating the upper and lower ages considered suitable for a specified thing
a stove and oven that use natural gas as a fuel source
You can use mid-range to describe products or services which are neither the most expensive nor the cheapest of their type.
Free-range means relating to a system of keeping animals in which they can move and feed freely on an area of open ground.
range on the E edge of the Rockies, in SE Wyo. & NC Colo.: highest peak, 14,274 ft (4,351 m)
the area in which an animal normally ranges
A long-range piece of military equipment or vehicle is able to hit or detect a target a long way away or to travel a long way in order to do something.
range of the Rockies, in NC Colo. & S Wyo.: highest peak, 14,284 ft (4,354 m )
the notional range of prices someone is prepared to pay for something
one of a pattern of navigation lights, usually fixed ashore, used by vessels for manoeuvring in narrow channels at night
a pole for marking positions in surveying
A rifle range is a place where you can practise shooting with a rifle.
Short-range weapons or missiles are designed to be fired across short distances.
a mountain range in the N central US, mainly in NW Wyoming . Highest peak : Grand Teton, 4196 m (13 766 ft)
the range of pitches that can be made by a human voice
a mountain range in S central Alaska . Highest peak : Denali, 6190 m (20 308 ft)
→ Chukot Range
A boiling range is the temperature range involved in the distillation of oil, from the start to the time when it evaporates .
a mountain range in N Alaska . Highest peak : Mount Isto, 2736 m (8976 ft)
a small range of clothes by a particular designer, intended to be representative of the full range
a chain of mountains in the US and Canada : a continuation of the Sierra Nevada range from N California through Oregon and Washington to British Columbia . Highest peak : Mount Rainier, 4392 m (14 408 ft)
mountain range in NE Siberia : highest peak, c. 7,500 ft (2,286 m)
a ridge in SW Western Australia, parallel to the coast . Highest point: 582 m (1909 ft)
A driving range is an outdoor place where you can practise playing golf.
the range of signal amplitudes over which an electronic communications channel can operate within acceptable limits of distortion . The range is determined by system noise at the lower end and by the onset of overload at the upper end
a place where people can practise shooting at targets with gunnery
a large kitchen stove with burners and one or more ovens, usually heated by solid fuel
a mountain range in NE Russia, in NE Siberia, extending about 1100 km (700 miles) between the Kolyma River and the Sea of Okhotsk . Highest peak : 1862 m (6109 ft)
range of hills in NE Minn., containing rich iron ore deposits
a system of hills in England, extending from the Cheviot Hills in the north to the River Trent in the south: forms the watershed for the main rivers of N England. Highest peak : Cross Fell, 893 m (2930 ft)
collectively, the products manufactured or sold by a company
any of various instruments for determining the distance of a target or object from an observer, or from a gun, camera, etc.
a firing range for rockets
the range of pay, which usually has a minimum, midpoint, and a maximum, paid for working at a certain job or profession or at a certain level or grade of an organization, etc. The salary paid to the employee may change according to performance, time spent at the job, etc, but any changes will fall within the allocated salary range.
a mountain range in central India: separates the Ganges basin from the Deccan, marking the limits of northern and peninsular India. Greatest height : 1113 m (3651 ft)
a mountain range in the W central US, in N Utah and SE Idaho . Highest peak : Mount Timpanogos, 3581 m (11 750 ft)
a mountain range in Antarctica, on the coast of Victoria Land, northwest of the Ross Sea
the distance an aircraft can fly before it needs to refuel
a mountain range in E South Australia, between Lake Torrens and Lake Frome . Highest peak : 1188 m (3898 ft)
a mountain range in N Western Australia : iron-ore deposits . Highest peak : 1253 m (4111 ft)
a series of adjoining mountains or of lines of mountains of similar origin
mountain range in SE Calif., forming the W rim of Death Valley : highest peak, 11,045 ft (3,367 m)
a place where people practise shooting
a mountain range in SE Russia ; forms part of the watershed between rivers flowing to the Arctic and the Pacific . Highest peak : Mount Skalisty, 2482 m (8143 ft)
range of the Rocky Mountains, along the Ida .-Mont. border : highest peak, c. 11,000 ft (3,353 m)
an egg produced by a bird kept in natural nonintensive conditions
the distance at which a certain light, as that of a lighthouse, is visible to the eye at a given elevation, assuming that the weather is clear and that the light is sufficiently powerful to be visible from any point at which it appears above the horizon
range of mountains in SE Asian Russia, a watershed between areas of Pacific & Arctic drainage : highest peak, c. 8,500 ft (2,591 m)
a chicken kept in natural nonintensive conditions
poultry kept in natural nonintensive conditions