- n.邻居; 邻近的人[物]; 邻国; 世人;
- 复数: neighbours;
Each house was packed close behind its neighbour.
What if relations between you and your neighbour have reached deadlock, and their behaviour is still unacceptable?
Leave your key with a neighbour in case you lock yourself out one day.
Are you a hundred per cent sure it's your neighbour?
Our next door neighbour knocked on the door to say that our car had been stolen.
He tried in vain to keep the two dogs apart before the neighbour intervened.
He cited a Chinese proverb to the effect that you should never wish ill on your neighbour.
The woman prodded her neighbour and whispered urgently in his ear.
The case has set neighbour against neighbour in the village.
Now that we are all part of the global village, everyone becomes a neighbour.
A neighbour asked for the music to be turned down and the party broke up.
If its strategy succeeds, Mexico could even steal a march on its northern neighbour.
A neighbour saw her talking with Craven.
He had been spotted by an alert neighbour.
He went to his neighbour to beg for some milk to feed the motherless baby.
It was very noble of you to look after your old neighbour when she was sick.
She had a good gossip with a neighbour over the garden fence.
Our neighbour has most generously swelled the collection with a gift of ￡25.
She had a brush with her neighbour.
Our next door neighbour is a real noesy parker . He always has to know everything about everybody on our street.
My neighbour recommended her own daughter as an excellent secretary!
A distant relative is not as good as a near neighbour.
Father shot the breeze with his neighbour while the children were playing.
He has it in for a neighbour who complained about him to the police.
He had a brush with his neighbour.
He was a terror to his neighbour.
His neighbour accused him of playing the musical instrument too loudly.
He has always been a good neighbour.
They weren't looking for cured meats, organic produce or beautiful presentation; they were looking for whatever they could get their hands on, and this prioritisation of quantity over quality prevailed for decades, meaning a generation was brought up with food that couldn't compete with neighbouring France, Italy, Belgium or Spain.
Why couldn't Britain compete with some of its neighbouring countries in terms of food in the post-war decades
We break our promise not to fly after hearing about a neighbour's trip to India.
One study shows that our neighbours' actions are influential in changing our behaviour.
But it was the ones that mentioned the actions of neighbours that drove down power use.
1. a person who lives (or is located) near another
2. a nearby object of the same kind;
"Fort Worth is a neighbor of Dallas"
"what is the closest neighbor to the Earth?"
1. live or be located as a neighbor;
"the neighboring house"
2. be located near or adjacent to;
"Pakistan neighbors India"
1. situated near one another;
neighboring 邻近的, 接壤的
neighbor 邻居, 邻国
neighborhood 附近, 邻近