v. 接近，临近; 对付，处理; 接洽，要求
n. 方法，方式; 接近，来临; 接洽，要求; 途径，道路; 相似的事物
When you approach something, you get closer to it.
He didn't approach the front door at once...
When I approached, they grew silent...
An approach to a place is a road, path, or other route that leads to it.
The path serves as an approach to the boat house.
If you approach someone about something, you speak to them about it for the first time, often making an offer or request.
When Chappel approached me about the job, my first reaction was of disbelief...
He approached me to create and design the restaurant...
When you approach a task, problem, or situation in a particular way, you deal with it or think about it in that way.
The Bank has approached the issue in a practical way...
Employers are interested in how you approach problems.
Your approach to a task, problem, or situation is the way you deal with it or think about it.
We will be exploring different approaches to gathering information.
...the adversarial approach of the British legal system.
As a future time or event approaches, it gradually gets nearer as time passes.
As autumn approached, the plants and colours in the garden changed.
...the approaching crisis.
As you approach a future time or event, time passes so that you get gradually nearer to it.
We approach the end of the year with the economy slowing and little sign of cheer.
If something approaches a particular level or state, it almost reaches that level or state.
Oil prices have approached their highest level for almost ten years...
Mansell will race at average speeds approaching 200mph.
1. ideas or actions intended to deal with a problem or situation;
2. the act of drawing spatially closer to something;
3. a way of entering or leaving;
4. the final path followed by an aircraft as it is landing
5. the event of one object coming closer to another
6. a tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others;
7. the temporal property of becoming nearer in time;
8. a close approximation;
9. a relatively short golf shot intended to put the ball onto the putting green;
1. move towards;
2. come near or verge on, resemble, come nearer in quality, or character;
3. begin to deal with;
4. come near in time;
5. make advances to someone, usually with a proposal or suggestion;
manner, method, way, mode, fashion, means, approach
At the approach of cold weather, the troops were unable to keep holding the field.
She could tell the approach of the milkman by the whistled notes that somehow always flatted.
The scout made a stealthy approach to the enemy position.
To help comrades who have made mistakes, we should adopt the approach of " curing the sickness to save the patient ".
要以“治病救人 ” 的态度帮助犯错误的同志.
The enemy ran away at our approach.