Definition of 'neighbour'
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She has been unable to trace her former neighbour and has asked the council for help. The Sun (2016)Luck reunites former neighbours at a prize ceremony. The Sun (2016)Your guests are resorting to getting in via the neighbour's garden. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ivy grows on these boundaries, one of which is the external wall of a neighbouring house. Times, Sunday Times (2017)My mum was shouting at me to shut up, saying all the neighbours could hear me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Manchester is following close behind its neighbours in the north west of England. Computing (2010)Many blame noisy neighbours for disturbing the peace, with a quarter of those polled moving house to get away from them. The Sun (2016)Commercial transactions are only part of the picture when it comes to looking at benefits of close co-operation with neighbours and those from far away. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Well, imagine your angry next-door neighbour thinks a tree in your garden spoils his view. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here two rival teams of gnomes preside over neighbouring gardens. The Sun (2011)Neither side has an interest in a proxy war or instability in their northern neighbour. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Or a house where the neighbours know you and maybe watch you out their windows. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Luck connects you to a former neighbour. The Sun (2010)The house is down a long access road and there are no near neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The countries were close neighbours in more than one sense. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The noisy neighbours are causing a deafening din. The Sun (2011) Former neighbours suggested she was unemployed and on benefits. Times, Sunday Times (2014)No such scruples had restrained him from unleashing new conflict with a nearer neighbour. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)It would be similar to calling on a group of neighbours who live next door to one another. Computers Basic Facts (1983)The pair have been bombarded with parking restrictions due to a neighbour's building work. The Sun (2008)How much council tax does your next-door neighbour pay? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Behind him rises the neighbouring building, offices and studios housed in an old warehouse. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Her house overlooks a neighbour's garden. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is not surprising that Italy is under pressure from its northern neighbours to deliver more austerity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They took them to our neighbour's house because there is a doctor there. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The mums live in neighbouring Suffolk towns and went to the same school. The Sun (2008)I have watched a kind and loving neighbour addicted to pizzas and fizzy drinks became diabetic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is not only a dubious historic proposition, but also represents an unwarranted slur on the reputation of his country and its neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'neighbour'
British English: neighbour /ˈneɪbə/ 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.
- American English: neighbor
- Arabic: جَارٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vizinho
- Chinese: 邻居
- Croatian: susjed
- Czech: soused
- Danish: nabo
- Dutch: buurman
- European Spanish: vecino
- Finnish: naapuri
- French: voisin
- German: Nachbar
- Greek: γείτονας
- Italian: vicino di casa
- Japanese: 近所の人
- Korean: 이웃
- Norwegian: nabo
- Polish: sąsiad
- European Portuguese: vizinho
- Romanian: vecin
- Russian: сосед
- Spanish: vecino
- Swedish: granne
- Thai: เพื่อนบ้าน
- Turkish: komşu
- Ukrainian: сусід
- Vietnamese: hàng xóm
Definition of neighbour from the Collins English Dictionary
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