neighbouring


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neighbouring

adjective nearby, next, near, bordering, surrounding, connecting, adjacent, adjoining, abutting, contiguous, nearest More parents are sending their children to schools in neighbouring areas.
far, remote, distant, far-off
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Translations
sousedící
nærliggjandi, nágranna-
susediaci

neighbouring

neighboring (US) [ˈneɪbərɪŋ] ADJ [town, villages] → cercano, vecino; [houses, streets, fields] → cercano, de las proximidades; [state, country] → vecino
the people at the neighbouring tablela gente de la mesa de al lado
in neighbouring Latviaen el país vecino de Letonia
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neighbouring

[ˈneɪbərɪŋ] neighboring (US) adj
[country] → voisin(e)
Thailand and its neighbouring countries → la Thaïlande et les pays voisins, la Thaïlande et ses voisins
[building, house, shop] → voisin(e)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

neighbouring

, (US) neighboring
adjbenachbart, angrenzend; neighbouring village/houseNachbardorf/-haus nt; neighbouring countryNachbarland nt; in neighbouring Latviaim benachbarten Lettland
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neighbouring

neighboring (Am) [ˈneɪbrɪŋ] adjvicino/a, confinante, limitrofo/a
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neighbour

(American) neighbor (ˈneibə) noun
a person who lives near oneself. my next-door neighbour.
ˈneighbourhood noun
1. a district or area, especially in a town or city. a poor neighbourhood.
2. a district or area surrounding a particular place. He lives somewhere in the neighbourhood of the station.
ˈneighbourhood watch (American neighborhood watch;also sentry watch) noun
a system allowing organized groups of people to police their neighbourhoods to prevent crime.
ˈneighbouring adjective
near or next in place. France and Belgium are neighbouring countries.
ˈneighbourly adjective
(negative unneighbourly) friendly. a very neighbourly person.
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References in classic literature ?
Whilst the burghers of the Hague were tearing in pieces the bodies of John and Cornelius de Witt, and whilst William of Orange, after having made sure that his two antagonists were really dead, was galloping over the Leyden road, followed by Captain van Deken, whom he found a little too compassionate to honour him any longer with his confidence, Craeke, the faithful servant, mounted on a good horse, and little suspecting what terrible events had taken place since his departure, proceeded along the high road lined with trees, until he was clear of the town and the neighbouring villages.
So his mother said, 'Very well, go to your aunt in the neighbouring village, and fetch me a comb.' The Hazel-nut child jumped quickly out of the egg-shell and ran out into the street.
There were 20 complaints due to damages caused by the Damas trees at their neighbouring homes.
QWHO is responsible for maintaining amenities shared between neighbouring properties?
If your property does not benefit from such rights or the neighbour is refusing to grant access, you can apply to the court for an access order under the Access to Neighbouring Land Act 1992.