adjacent, next, side by side(p)(adj)
nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space
"had adjacent rooms"; "in the next room"; "the person sitting next to me"; "our rooms were side by side"
adjacent, conterminous, contiguous, neighboring(a)(adj)
having a common boundary or edge; abutting; touching
"Rhode Island has two bordering states; Massachusetts and Conncecticut"; "the side of Germany conterminous with France"; "Utah and the contiguous state of Idaho"; "neighboring cities"
near or close to but not necessarily touching
"lands adjacent to the mountains"; "New York and adjacent cities"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Adjacent farms may not be connected; if adjoining, they meet at the boundary-line. Conterminous would imply that their dimensions were exactly equal on the side where they adjoin. Contiguous may be used for either adjacent or adjoining. Abutting refers rather to the end of one building or estate than to the neighborhood of another. Buildings may be adjacent or adjoining that are not attached. Near is a relative word, places being called near upon the railroad which would elsewhere be deemed remote. Neighboring always implies such proximity that the inhabitants may be neighbors. Next views some object as the nearest of several or many; next neighbor implies a neighborhood.
The farm was adjacent to the village.
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How to use adjacent in a sentence?
The cell will try to stitch things back together, but it doesn’t really know what bits of DNA lie adjacent to each other.
Adults will simply drive to adjacent cities to purchase their preferred tobacco products, it is likely that convenience stores in Beverly Hills will close because they rely on in-store tobacco sales for about one-third of their gross sales.
I could absolutely see where a' glamorous' job adjacent to a lot of rich people, where Hugh Hefner have a screen of protection that Hugh Hefner would not have if Hugh Hefner were working at a regular restaurant... I'm sure that if Hugh Hefner posed a choice to a lot of women and it was the same wages, same hours, and emphasized the fact that Playboy Club seems sincere about wanting to protect Playboy Club workers, that would be more attractive.
I wouldn't be surprised to see Spotify continue to invest in areas that are relevant or adjacent to our business.
So much of our show is related, based on, adjacent to everything that Stephen Hawking did, strove to do, thought about, was passionate about through Stephen Hawking entire life and career. The fact that Stephen Hawking knew of our show, was interested in being on it, was willing to come play with us group of monkeys for a couple days was really moving, it was just, it was an amazing experience. It was an intimidating one. I ’d be lying if I said I was comfortable. … To get to finally meet him was, it was just overwhelming.
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- съседен, близък, допиращ сеBulgarian
- লাগোয়া, সংলগ্ন, সন্নিহিতBengali
- adjacentCatalan, Valencian
- darauffolgend, anliegend, daneben, nachfolgend, umliegend, benachbartGerman
- contiguo, colindante, adyacenteSpanish
- همسایه, مجاورPersian
- dlùthScottish Gaelic
- सटा हुआHindi
- tegenoverstaand, aanpalend, er naast liggend, belendend, aangrenzendDutch
- foregående, ved siden av, neste, påfølgende, følgende, nabo-, motsatt, etterfølgende, forutgåendeNorwegian
- przylegający, przyległy, sąsiadującyPolish
- примыкающий, прилегающий, соседнийRussian
- liền kềVietnamese
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