Hindi translation of 'neighbour'
neighbour [ Am neighbor]Word forms: neighbours /ˈneɪbə ˈनेइबअ/
Word forms: neighbours
1. countable noun
Your neighbours are the people who live near you, especially the people who live in the house or flat which is next to yours.
2. countable noun
Your neighbour is the person who is standing or sitting next to you.
बगल का आदमी mn
The woman spoke to her neighbour.
3. countable noun
You can refer to something which is near or next to something else of the same kind as its neighbour.
निकटवर्ती वस्तु nf
Raspberries and blackberries are not good neighbours.
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Example Sentences Including 'neighbour'
He turned to mutter further apologies to his neighbour , Frau Schumacher.Wall Games
The bombing in the North made her think, automatically, of her neighbour , Nora Keegan.Death of an Unknown Man
I do not know how long I am away but I give her to my neighbour who has cats.Murky Shallows
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'neighbour' in Other Languages
- Arabic: جَارٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vizinho vizinha
- Chinese: 邻居
- Croatian: susjed susjeda
- Czech: soused sousedka
- Danish: nabo
- Dutch: buurman buurvrouw
- European Spanish: vecino vecina
- Finnish: naapuri
- French: voisin
- German: Nachbar Nachbarin
- Greek: γείτονας γειτόνισσα
- Italian: vicino di casa vicina di casa
- Japanese: 近所の人
- Korean: 이웃
- Norwegian: nabo
- Polish: sąsiad sąsiad
- Portuguese: vizinho vizinha
- Romanian: vecin vecină, vecini, vecine
- Russian: сосед соседка
- Spanish: vecino vecina
- Swedish: granne
- Thai: เพื่อนบ้าน
- Turkish: komşu
- Ukrainian: сусід
- Vietnamese: hàng xóm
Translation of neighbour from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary