Area [noun]

Definition of Area:

extent, scope of a surface

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Sentence/Example of Area:

You can leave your main vehicle and camping gear at the site and explore the surrounding area, allowing you to access rivers and trailheads with ease.

We’re seeing encouraging signs in different parts of the business, in some areas getting close to pre-pandemic levels.

Voting procedures in your area may have changed because of the pandemic, so be aware of your options and make a voting plan now.

The upper pop-top area provides over seven feet of standing room when cooking or hanging out and then transitions into a long, fold-down bed for two.

This work includes areas related to activism, practice and policy, journalism, education, as well as programs and service.

She told lawyers that the same officer was still working in her area of the facility last week.

The group has several vice presidents who run different areas, but John Ternus’s profile inside and outside of the company has steadily risen over the past several years.

Residents worked to get more than 1,000 vacant homes torn down, leaving the area pockmarked with grassy lots.

It’s the rate in which people are moving to fire-prone areas, thereby putting themselves in the line of risk and having to prevent their property from progressing through natural fire cycles.

I’m still trying to process the loss of a little general store that’s been a part of the area for more than a century, and means a lot to me personally.