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next

adjective /nekst/
nearest in place, time etc
próximo, siguiente
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?
next best/biggest/oldest etc the one immediately after the best, biggest, oldest etc
el más (…) después de
I can’t go to Paris so London is the next best place.
next door adverb in the next house
al lado, la casa de al lado
I live next door (to Mrs Miller).
next of kin noun your closest living relative or relatives
familiar más cercano
You have to put your next of kin down on the form in case they need to be contacted in an emergency.
next to preposition beside
al lado de
She sat next to me.
closest to
justo después
In height, George comes next to me.
more or less; pretty well
casi
His writing is next to illegible.
(Definition of next from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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