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Translation of "next" - English-Spanish dictionary

next

adjective   /nekst/
A1 coming after this one próximo I’m leaving next week. She’ll go to school next year.
A2 nearest to now próximo What time is the next train to London?
A2 The next place is the one nearest to this place. próximo, de al lado She only lives in the next village. Turn left at the next street.
next to something/someone
A2 very close to something or someone, with nothing in between junto a algo/alguien Come and sit next to me.
adverb   /nekst/
UK for the next time después Can you get some coffee when you next go to the supermarket?
pronoun   /nekst/
the person or thing that follows this person or thing el/la siguiente Who’s next to see the nurse? What’s next on the list?
the weekend, week, etc. after next
the weekend, week, etc. that follows the next one este fin de semana no, el siguiente, esta semana no, la siguiente, etc. We’re seeing Paul the Saturday after next.
(Definition of next from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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