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Meaning of “next” - Learner’s Dictionary

next

pronoun     /nekst/
B2 the person or thing that follows the present person or thing: Who's next to see the nurse? Blue roses? Whatever next? (= What other strange things might happen?) Next to and beside
the weekend/week/Thursday, etc after next
B2 the weekend/week/Thursday, etc that follows the next oneBefore, after and alreadyAfter and behind
Translations of “next”
in Korean 다음 사람, 것…
in Arabic التّالي…
in Portuguese próximo…
in Catalan el següent…
in Japanese 次の人、物…
in Italian prossimo…
in Russian следующий…
in Turkish sıradaki, sırası gelen, bir sonraki…
in Polish następny, dalej…
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