come within

come within (something)

1. To be categorized in a particular way. What classes come within the Liberal Arts discipline at this school?
2. To fall in a certain range. Don't worry, your baby's weight comes within the normal range for her age group.
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come within something

 
1. to be in the category of something; to be under the domain of someone or something. This comes within the domain of the treasurer. This matter doesn't come within my area of expertise.
2. to be inside a stated range, such as price, time, weight, range, etc. This comes within my price range. I'll take it.
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I had my living trust and my photo albums, and that's all I care about,'' said Joyce Layman, 54, who prepared to leave after watching the fire come within feet of her home.
Without successful transplantation, death could come within a month, usually from the destruction of the blood-cell-forming bone marrow.