in reach

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in reach

Close enough to be attainable. This phrase can be used both literally and figuratively. A noun or pronoun can be used between "in" and "reach." Molly is on bed rest, so be sure to leave anything she’ll need in her reach. Studying will put your goal of getting an A in this class in reach.
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in reach

Also, within reach. Within one's means or powers or understanding. For example, The legatees were extremely greedy, taking whatever of their aunt's came within reach, or Don't price this item too high; it should be in reach of the average customer: This expression dates from the mid-1500s, as do the antonyms out of reach and beyond reach, meaning "unattainable"; for example, This plan is out of reach for most subscribers, or His explanation is beyond my reach.
See also: reach