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  • Info Distance, or farness, is a numerical description of how far apart objects are. more...
  • The first evidence of such long distance trade is in the ancient world.
  • Because of the distance at which it was shot, it has been described as poor quality.
  • These could be easily recognized at a long distance and could be easily remembered.
  • He went the distance and struck out four for his first World Series win.
  • Government and several private players run local and long distance telephone services.
  • This means other techniques born from long-distance communication must also be employed.
  • All such effects increase the mean end-to-end distance.
  • The art pieces are all within walking distance of each other.
  • The function d is also called distance function or simply distance.
  • A distance of had been covered in five weeks.
  • She finally got free but afterwards kept her distance.
  • Moving down is the same as moving up a negative distance.
  • In ancient times, people were so poor that they covered long distances on foot.
  • For example, mountains in the distance often appear blue.
  • Because of a great distance, they didn't ever meet.
  • Work, a form of energy, is force times distance.
  • That deep right-center point is conventionally given as the center field distance.
  • Partners have slightly more distance between them than in closed position.
  • In a short time we felt sure that we were already distancing them. Cited from Hurricane Hurry, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • People commonly walk around the town, or even for some distances outside it.
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Words starting with distance

Meaning of distance

  • noun The property created by the space between two objects or points
  • noun A distant region
    I could see it in the distance
  • noun Size of the gap between two places
    the distance from New York to Chicago, he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points
  • noun Indifference by personal withdrawal
    emotional distance
  • noun The interval between two times
    the distance from birth to death, it all happened in the space of 10 minutes
  • noun A remote point in time
    if that happens it will be at some distance in the future, at a distance of ten years he had forgotten many of the details
  • verb Keep at a distance
    we have to distance ourselves from these events in order to continue living