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PREP 靠近;在…附近 If something is near a place, thing, or person, it is a short distance from them.
Don't come near me...
Her children went back every year to stay in a farmhouse near the cottage...
PREP-PHRASE 接近(某一状态);几乎;差不多 If someone or something is near to a particular state, they have almost reached it.
After the war, The House of Hardie came near to bankruptcy...
The repairs to the Hafner machine were near to completion...
PREP-PHRASE 近似于;和…差不多 If something is similar to something else, you can say that it is near to it.
...a sickening sensation that was near to nausea.
ADJ-SUPERL (与…)最相似的;(和…)几乎差不多的 You describe the thing most similar to something as the nearest thing to it when there is no example of the thing itself.
It would appear that the legal profession is the nearest thing to a recession-proof industry...
He is the nearest to a dead cert that Britain has in Albertville.
ADV-GRADED (时间或事件)临近，接近 If a time or event draws near, it will happen soon.
The time for my departure from Japan was drawing nearer every day.
PREP 离(某一时间)不远;临近 If something happens near a particular time, it happens just before or just after that time.
Performance is lowest between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m., and reaches a peak near midday...
'Since I retired to this place,' he wrote near the end of his life, 'I have never been out of these mountains.'...
PREP (指数量或数字)接近于，左右，上下 You use near to say that something is a little more or less than an amount or number stated.
...to increase manufacturing from about 2.5 million cars a year to nearer 4.75 million...
The pound, which ended last year near its annual low, is expected to come under renewed pressure today.
PREP 往(见某人);去(到某处) You can say that someone will not go near a person or thing when you are emphasizing that they refuse to see them or go there.
He will absolutely not go near a hospital...
I'm so annoyed with her that I haven't been near her for a week.
ADJ-GRADED (两者中)距离较近的 The near one of two things is the one that is closer.
...a mighty beech tree on the near side of the little clearing...
Jane put one foot in the near stirrup and turned to look at the stranger.
ADJ 近似的;差不多的 You use near to indicate that something is almost the thing mentioned.
She was believed to have died in near poverty on the French Riviera.
...the 48-year-old who was brought in to rescue the bank from near collapse.
ADJ-SUPERL (在竞赛中)实力接近的，旗鼓相当的 In a contest, your nearest rival or challenger is the person or team that is most likely to defeat you.
He completed the lengthy course some three seconds faster than his nearest rival, Jonathon Ford...
That victory put the Ukrainians beyond the reach of their nearest challengers, Dynamo Moscow.
VERB 靠近;走近 When you near a place, you get quite near to it.
As he neared the stable, he slowed the horse and patted it on the neck...
We were nearing the top of the pass to Tsagochen Thang when the van spluttered and died.
我们在驶近通往 Tsagochen Thang 的垭口时，货车噼啪几声熄火了。
VERB 接近，临近(某一阶段或某一点) When someone or something nears a particular stage or point, they will soon reach that stage or point.
His age was hard to guess — he must have been nearing fifty...
You are nearing the end of your training and you haven't attempted any assessments yet...
VERB 临近;即将来临 You say that an important time or event nears when it is going to occur quite soon.
As half time neared, Hardyman almost scored twice...
This factor will come increasingly to the fore as election day nears.
PHRASE 最亲近的人;最亲密的人;至亲 People sometimes refer to their close relatives and friends as their nearest and dearest .
...that English convention of not showing your feelings, even to your nearest and dearest.
PHRASE 远近;到处;四面八方 You use near and far to indicate that you are referring to a very large area or distance.
People would gather from near and far...
Within months his reputation spread near and far.
PHRASE 在不久的将来;在近期 If you say that something will happen in the near future, you mean that it will happen quite soon.
The controversy regarding vitamin C is unlikely to be resolved in the near future.
PHRASE 一点儿也不;完全不;远不 You use nowhere near and not anywhere near to emphasize that something is not the case.
They are nowhere near good enough...
It was nowhere near as painful as David had expected...
PHRASE 几乎丝毫不差地，几乎一样地(英国英语中亦作 as near as dammit) If you want to indicate that something is almost true, you can use the expressions near enough and damned near. In British English, you can also say as near as dammit.
I bought them for a pound apiece, near enough...
They are as near as dammit new...
PHRASE 差点，险些(发生某事)(英国英语中亦作 as near as dammit) If you want to indicate that something almost happened, you can use the expression damned near. In British English, you can also say as near as dammit .
He damned near fooled me...
As he was to tell Miranda later, he as near as dammit left it there.