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Translation of "neighbour" - English-Spanish dictionary

neighbour

noun
a person who lives near oneself vecino my next-door neighbour/neighbor.
neighbourhood noun ( neighborhood)
a district or area, especially in a town or city barrio a poor neighbourhood/neighborhood.
a district or area surrounding a particular place vecindad He lives somewhere in the neighbourhood/neighborhood of the station.
neighbourhood watch noun ( neighborhood watch)
a system allowing organized groups of people to police their neighbourhoods/neighborhoods to prevent crime. grupo de vigilancia vecinal
neighbouring adjective ( neighboring)
near or next in place vecino France and Belgium are neighbouring/neighboring countries.
neighbourly adjective ( neighborly)
(opposite unneighbourly, unneighborly) friendly amigable, sociable a very neighbourly/neighborly person.
(Definition of neighbour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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