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adjoin in Buildings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadjoinad‧join /əˈdʒɔɪn/ verb [transitive]  TBBNEXT TOa room, building, or piece of land that adjoins something is next to it and connected to it A vacant plot of land adjoins his house.adjoining adjective [usually before noun] adjoining rooms→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
adjoinWe were tucking in to our makeshift breakfast when there came a cry from the adjoining cubicle.Council officers are also backing plans to build 35 new houses on adjoining farmland by Flint-based construction group David McLean.His colleagues rushed him to a room in the adjoining New Takanawa Prince Hotel.So I borrowed a yoke of oxen and plowed an adjoining field.They may be long chains of clauses linked by coordination or simply by being adjoined.Accordingly we adjoin G1 to our system also.The 100-acre parcel of land adjoins Seagal's ranch, about 30 miles north of Santa Barbara.A luxury hotel adjoins the convention center.The mill is stone built and adjoins the mill house.The kitchen adjoins the sitting room, which is spacious, high and airy.