- adj. Capable of operating at a short distance away
- adj. Hit, shot, or taken from nearby the target
“But in August 1812 off the Grand Banks, his ship, the Constitution, astounded the world by taking a British frigate, the Guerriere, in a brutal close-range gun battle.”
“Assa Abloy AB, the world's largest maker of door locks, has launched a pilot in which Clarion Hotel Stockholm will lend customers mobile phones with close-range radio chips, much like devices used for contact-less payments at gas stations.”
“With the game all but devoid of creative incision, set pieces increasingly looked the best bet: moments later Myhill palmed away Jedinak's close-range header from Ambrose's free-kick.”
“ET11: Macheda fails to adjust his feet properly and pokes a close-range effort wide.”
“It arrived in scrappy circumstances, Hooper scoring from close-range after a Georgios Samaras header landed in his path.”
“But Chelsea rallied and, having got back into the game through Meireles's close-range volley, they took full advantage of City being reduced to 10 men through Gaël Clichy's 58th-minute sending-off, for two bookable offences.”
“Stoke, though, were the better side in the second half and will reflect on that moment, at 1-1, when Crouch's close-range volley struck an unknowing De Gea and ricocheted over the bar.”
“Olympiakos recovered and threatened with a close-range effort from François Modesto.”
“Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was unlucky not to double the England lead, when Gregory Mertens blocked his close-range shot.”
“Georgios Samaras put the home side ahead before Hooper scored a close-range finish, a shot on the turn and a 10-yard chip.”
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