Definition of 'next door'
Example sentences containing 'next-door'
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There are eight en-suite bedrooms in a three-storey house next door. The Sun (2016)An unassuming suburban family will produce a world champion, a family of business people an artist, the family next door a secular saint. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What used to be the house next door becomes a building site. Times, Sunday Times (2006)We moved out of our flat and next door to her parents. The Sun (2014)We have the gym right next door. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You could refurbish and build a new house next door. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our rooms are next door to one another. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We could have gone to a building company next door and said build us something quick. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Then her chief franchise competitor opened a restaurant right next door. Christianity Today (2000)Next door was another room for women. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)The owner of the house next door has moved abroad and the house is rented out. The Sun (2013)He pointed at the building next door. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Living next door to this family will be a nightmare. The Sun (2008)It would be similar to calling on a group of neighbours who live next door to one another. Computers Basic Facts (1983)The recently completed house next door is on sale for 25m. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Well, imagine your angry next-door neighbour thinks a tree in your garden spoils his view. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The window of the next-door house rattled open. BomberHow much council tax does your next-door neighbour pay? Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was young but thoughtful and had first established that a neighbour in the next-door house was at home. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)Their next-door neighbours aren't happy either. The Sun (2009)Their next-door neighbours are council tenants paying 440 a month for the same style of property. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now it turns out to be standing in the philistine next-door neighbour 's garden. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was your next-door neighbour in Dagenham. Sir Alf: A Major Reappraisal of the Life and Times of England's Greatest Football Manager (2006)Did you know that one person in 20 has had a fight with a next-door neighbour? Times, Sunday Times (2008)This was so popular that in 1844 he expanded into the next-door building. Consuming Passions: Leisure and Pleasure in Victorian Britain (2006)From there, we would change our next-door neighbours and then others who live in our neighbourhood or city. Daily Readings with Mother Theresa (1993)The basement where she lay was in a next-door house which she used as a right of way - and to store refuse. The Sun (2006)I studied my next-door neighbor 's features carefully. Christianity Today (2000)
Translations for 'next door'
British English: next door ADVERB
If a room or building is next door, it is the next one to the right or left.
I went next door to the bathroom.
- American English: next door
- Brazilian Portuguese: ao lado
- Chinese: 在隔壁
- European Spanish: al lado
- French: à côté
- German: nebenan
- Italian: nella stanza accanto
- Japanese: 隣に
- Korean: 바로 옆에
- European Portuguese: ao lado
- Spanish: al lado
Definition of next door from the Collins English Dictionary
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