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out·reach

 (out-rēch′)
v. out·reached, out·reach·ing, out·reach·es
v.tr.
1. To surpass (another) in reach: She had to outreach her opponent to win the fencing match.
2. To be more or greater than; exceed: Demand has outreached supply.
v.intr.
1. To go too far.
2. To reach out.
n. (out′rēch′)
1. The act or process of reaching out.
2. Extent or length of reach: the vast outreach of technology; the outreach of a forest fire from mountains to suburbs.
3. A systematic attempt to provide services beyond conventional limits, as to particular segments of a community: an educational outreach to illiterate adults.

outreach

vb
1. (tr) to surpass in reach
2. (tr) to go beyond
3. to reach or cause to reach out
n
4. the act or process of reaching out
5. the length or extent of reach
6. (Social Welfare) social welfare any systematic effort to provide unsolicited and predefined help to groups or individuals deemed to need it
7. (Social Welfare) (modifier) (of welfare work or workers) propagating take-up of a service by seeking out appropriate people and persuading them to accept what is judged good for them. Compare detached3

out•reach

(v. ˌaʊtˈritʃ; n., adj. ˈaʊtˌritʃ)
v.t.
1. to reach beyond; exceed: Demand has outreached supply.
v.i.
2. to reach out.
n.
3. an act or instance of reaching out.
4. length or extent of reach.
5. the act of extending community services to a wider section of the population.
adj.
6. concerned with extending community services.
[1560–70]

outreach


Past participle: outreached
Gerund: outreaching

Imperative
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Present
I outreach
you outreach
he/she/it outreaches
we outreach
you outreach
they outreach
Preterite
I outreached
you outreached
he/she/it outreached
we outreached
you outreached
they outreached
Present Continuous
I am outreaching
you are outreaching
he/she/it is outreaching
we are outreaching
you are outreaching
they are outreaching
Present Perfect
I have outreached
you have outreached
he/she/it has outreached
we have outreached
you have outreached
they have outreached
Past Continuous
I was outreaching
you were outreaching
he/she/it was outreaching
we were outreaching
you were outreaching
they were outreaching
Past Perfect
I had outreached
you had outreached
he/she/it had outreached
we had outreached
you had outreached
they had outreached
Future
I will outreach
you will outreach
he/she/it will outreach
we will outreach
you will outreach
they will outreach
Future Perfect
I will have outreached
you will have outreached
he/she/it will have outreached
we will have outreached
you will have outreached
they will have outreached
Future Continuous
I will be outreaching
you will be outreaching
he/she/it will be outreaching
we will be outreaching
you will be outreaching
they will be outreaching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outreaching
you have been outreaching
he/she/it has been outreaching
we have been outreaching
you have been outreaching
they have been outreaching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outreaching
you will have been outreaching
he/she/it will have been outreaching
we will have been outreaching
you will have been outreaching
they will have been outreaching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outreaching
you had been outreaching
he/she/it had been outreaching
we had been outreaching
you had been outreaching
they had been outreaching
Conditional
I would outreach
you would outreach
he/she/it would outreach
we would outreach
you would outreach
they would outreach
Past Conditional
I would have outreached
you would have outreached
he/she/it would have outreached
we would have outreached
you would have outreached
they would have outreached
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.outreach - the act of reaching outoutreach - the act of reaching out; "the outreach toward truth of the human spirit"
reaching, stretch, reach - the act of physically reaching or thrusting out
Translations
faire-savoir

outreach

n divulgación f, extensión f, extensión de servicios y educación a gente necesitada; — program programa m de divulgación or extensión
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