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next

 (nĕkst)
adj.
1. Nearest in space or position; adjacent: the next room.
2. Immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence: next week; the next item on the list.
adv.
1. In the time, order, or place nearest or immediately following: reading this book next; our next oldest child.
2. On the first subsequent occasion: when next I write.
n.
The next person or thing: The next will be better.
Idiom:
next to
1. Adjacent to: the car next to hers.
2. Following in order or degree: Next to skiing, she likes hiking.
3. Almost; practically: next to impossible.

[Middle English nexte, from Old English nīehsta, nēhst, superlative of nēah, near.]
Translations
إلى جانِببِجانِب، إلى جانِببِجِوارِتَقْريباً
vedlebezmálahned potakřka
mere eller mindrenæstenved siden af
vieressä
pored
közvetlenül vki mellettlegközelebb
næstum òví, svo tilnæsturviî hliîina á
・・・の隣に
...의 옆에
hneď po
bredvid
ข้างๆ
…-in yanına…-in yanındaçok yakınhemen hemenyanında
bên cạnh

next

(nekst) adjective
nearest in place, time etc. When you have called at that house, go on to the next one; The next person to arrive late will be sent away; Who is next on the list?
adverb
immediately after in place or time. John arrived first and Jane came next.
pronoun
the person or thing nearest in place, time etc. Finish one question before you begin to answer the next; One minute he was sitting beside me – the next he was lying on the ground.
next best/biggest/oldest etc
the one immediately after the best, biggest, oldest etc. I can't go to Paris so London is the next best place.
next door adverb
in the next house. I live next door (to Mrs Smith).
next to
1. beside. She sat next to me.
2. closest to. In height, George comes next to me.
3. more or less; pretty well. His writing is next to illegible.

next to

بِجِوارِ vedle ved siden af neben δίπλα σε al lado de vieressä près de pored vicino a ・・・の隣に ...의 옆에 naast ved siden av obok perto de после bredvid ข้างๆ yanında bên cạnh 在...旁边
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