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Range is the general term indicating the extent of one's perception or the extent of

powers, capacities, or possibilities.

1. The area of variation between upper and lower limits on a particular scale: the cost
will be in the range of $1-5 million a day grand hotels were outside my price range.
1.1 The scope of a persons knowledge or abilities: in this film he gave some indication
of his range.
1.2 The compass of a persons voice or a musical instrument: she was gifted with an
incredible vocal range.
1.3 The period of time covered by something such as a forecast.
1.4 The area covered by or included in something: a guide to the range of debate this
issue has generated.
1.5 Mathematics The set of values that a given function can take as its argument varies.
2. A set of different things of the same general type: the area offers a wide range of
activities for the tourist the companys new carpet range.

***(mbito, campo, variedad, cobertura, alcance)***

Scope is applicable to an area of activity, an area predetermined and limited, but an area
of free choice within the set of limits.
1. The range of a subject covered by a book, programme, discussion, class, etc.:
I'm afraid that problem is beyond/outside the scope of my lecture.
Oil painting does not come within the scope of a course of this kind.
We would now like to broaden/widen the scope of the enquiry and look at more
general matters.
2. The range of view, perception, or grasp; outlook
3. The range of one's perceptions, thoughts, or actions.
4. Breadth or opportunity to function.
5. The area covered by a given activity or subject
6. Scope is the range of options available.
7. The extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is
relevant: we widened the scope of our investigation such questions go beyond the
scope of this book.
8. The opportunity or possibility to do or deal with something: the scope for major
change is always limited by political realities.

***(of law, regulations, reform) alcance ; (of influence) mbito , esfera ; (of
investigation, activities) campo)***


1. Range of understanding; comprehension: a subject beyond my reach.
2. Range or scope of influence or effect.


1. adv. Herein means in this document, text, or book.
The statements and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not
necessarily those of the Wilson Centre...
The Company does not accept responsibility for any information contained

2. adv. You can use herein to refer back to the situation or fact you have just mentioned,
when saying it is something such as a problem or reason for something.
The point is that people grew unaccustomed to thinking and acting in a
responsible and independent way. Herein lies another big problem.

1. To this matter or document:
The written consent of each of the parties hereto.
Hereto is appended an estimate of the cost.