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abut

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabuta‧but /əˈbʌt/ (also abut on) verb (abutted, abutting) [transitive] formal  PLACEif one piece of land or a building abuts another, it is next to it or touches one side of itadjoin→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
abutTake a 15-storey building abutting a three-storey structure.The back end of the truck should end up just abutting the door of the bay.She veered away and, with no alternative site in view crashed into the swamp abutting the landing field.There was a small, dark bar abutting the lanes, and it called to me.
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Verb table
abut
Simple Form
Present
theyabut
itabuts
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Past
it, theyabutted
Present perfect
theyhave abutted
ithas abutted
Past perfect
it, theyhad abutted
Future
it, theywill abut
Future perfect
it, theywill have abutted
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare abutting
itis abutting
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Past
theywere abutting
itwas abutting
Present perfect
theyhave been abutting
ithas been abutting
Past perfect
it, theyhad been abutting
Future
it, theywill be abutting
Future perfect
it, theywill have been abutting
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