Table of Contents
- 1 What do you call someone who lives next to you?
- 2 Why do Neighbours live together?
- 3 What did the Neighbour really mean?
- 4 What word means next to each other?
- 5 How important are neighbors in people’s life?
- 6 Who is called a Neighbour?
- 7 Is Neighbour a common gender?
- 8 What’s the word for one after another?
- 9 What is the term for next to?
What do you call someone who lives next to you?
Adjacent means close to or near something. You may consider the people up and down your street to be neighbors, but your next-door neighbor is the person who lives in the house or apartment adjacent to yours.
Why do Neighbours live together?
People live together in a neighborhood because at the time of any big problem, danger or calamities like earthquake, flood, theft or major health problems etc. they can take help from each other.
What did the Neighbour really mean?
What did the neighbour really mean? Answer: The neighbour really meant that he was angry with himself.
What word means next to each other?
adj. 1 consequent, ensuing, following, later, subsequent, succeeding. 2 adjacent, adjoining, closest, nearest, neighbouring.
How important are neighbors in people’s life?
Having good neighbours is important because it makes our life in a neighbourhood safer, happier and more fun. We also tend to have more peace of mind. Although we can choose our friends but not our neighbours, we must remember that we get what we give.
Who is called a Neighbour?
A Neighbour (or neighbor in American English) is a person who lives nearby, normally in a house or apartment that is next door or, in the case of houses, across the street.
Is Neighbour a common gender?
Nouns which are used for both males and females are called common gender. Examples: Child, Cousin, Friend, Member, Neighbour, etc.
What’s the word for one after another?
What is another word for one after the other?
|on the trot||consecutively|
|in succession||in a row|
|one behind the other||continuously|
What is the term for next to?
neighboring, adjoining, beside, bordering, close, conterminous, meeting, near, nearby, next, touching, abutting, approximal, contactual, juxtaposed, juxtapositional, near-at-hand, next door to, parallel, sideways.