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next dooradjective, adverb [not gradable]

 us   /ˈnekst ˈdɔr/
beside a ​building, ​house, ​apartment, or other ​place: next-door ​neighbors Danny ​lived next door to me when we were ​kids.
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next dooradverb

uk   us  

next doornoun [U]

uk   us   UK informal

next dooradverb, adjective

(also next-door) uk   us  
B1 in the next ​room, ​house, or ​building: A ​Russiancouple have just ​moved in next door. Who ​lives next door to you? Margot is ​our next-door neighbour.

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(Definition of next door from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “next door”
in Arabic المَبْنَى التّالي, البَيْت المُجاوِر…
in Korean 옆집…
in Portuguese ao lado, do lado…
in Catalan al costat…
in Japanese 隣の家…
in Chinese (Simplified) 紧挨着…
in Turkish kapı komşusu olan, bitişikteki, yandaki…
in Russian соседний, по соседству…
in Chinese (Traditional) 緊挨著…
in Italian accanto…
in Polish najbliższy, sąsiedni, obok…
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