The en dash (–) is wider than a hyphen and narrower than an em dash. It’s used in dates or numbers to show a range of values. For example 1981–2017, Aisles C–F, or Pages 12–69. It can also demonstrate the conflict or connection between two different words like Democrat–Republican fight or Tokyo–New York flight (it rhymes, yo!). Access it by pressing the Option + Hyphen Key on a Mac.