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proximity

noun [U] uk   /prɒkˈsɪm.ɪ.ti/  us   /prɑːkˈsɪm.ə.t̬i/ formal
C2 the state of being near in space or time: The best thing about the location of the house is its proximity to the town centre.
Translations of “proximity”
in Vietnamese ở gần…
in Spanish proximidad…
in Thai ความใกล้ชิด…
in Malaysian dekatnya…
in French (à) proximité (de)…
in German die Nähe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 接近,鄰近, 臨近…
in Indonesian jarak dekat…
in Russian близость…
in Turkish yakınlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 接近,邻近, 临近…
in Polish bliskość…
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