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  • The most recent addition to the field approach the problem in a different manner.
  • Some have used more than one approach in the same work.
  • It is considered to be an open platform following a bottom-up approach.
  • This war will mark the approach of the coming of the Last Day.
  • Both approaches are still under development and are years away from commercial operation.
  • Another type of analysis is based on a risk-based approach to the problem.
  • The length of the run is determined by the speed of the person's approach.
  • The problem-solution approach may need to be conducted from different starting points.
  • This has been called the top-down approach to treatment.
  • By the mid-to-late 1960s it was time for a new hands-on approach.
  • He then approached the group and asked them to perform it again.
  • Other UN programs have also adopted the rights-based approach to development.
  • Approaching the town, the leading elements came under heavy small arms fire.
  • As Governor, he made his mark as a man of action with a hands on approach.
  • Much of the development had a top down approach.
  • This allows a more hands-on approach than many other institutions.
  • At the southern end of the court was a platform approached by steps.
  • Another approach is to identify all real sources for real forces and account for them.
  • The above three steps followed the top down approach in the preparation of the district plan.
  • Disappointed by this approach, he left after little more than two weeks.
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Meaning of approach

  • noun Ideas or actions intended to deal with a problem or situation
    his approach to every problem is to draw up a list of pros and cons, an attack on inflation, his plan of attack was misguided
  • noun The act of drawing spatially closer to something
    the hunter's approach scattered the geese
  • noun The event of one object coming closer to another
  • noun The temporal property of becoming nearer in time
    the approach of winter
  • noun A close approximation
    the nearest approach to genius
  • noun A relatively short golf shot intended to put the ball onto the putting green
    he lost the hole when his approach rolled over the green
  • verb Move towards
    We were approaching our destination, They are drawing near, The enemy army came nearer and nearer
  • verb Come near in time
    Winter is approaching, approaching old age
  • verb Make advances to someone, usually with a proposal or suggestion
    I was approached by the President to serve as his adviser in foreign matters