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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadjacentad‧ja‧cent /əˈdʒeɪsənt/ ●○○ AWL adjective  NEXT TOa room, building, piece of land etc that is adjacent to something is next to it We stayed in adjacent rooms.adjacent to the building adjacent to the library
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adjacentThey carry within their range of possibilities, which includes their genetic coding, information about adjacent and surrounding systems.The blaze spread to two adjacent buildings before firefighters were able to contain it.A naive operation consists of pushing one crate into an adjacent free area.the sale of adjacent landDeep-sea sediments may be scraped off the descending slab and incorporated into the adjacent mountains.Pseudocysts may be complicated by infection, haemorrhage, rupture, and by compression of adjacent organs.When the crowds later began thinning and the adjacent table cleared, Roquelaure leaned forward over his port glass.John Lewis, who represents a district adjacent to Gingrich.He would oppose any multi-deck parking structure adjacent to his project.Fields adjacent to the nuclear facility were found to have high levels of radioactivity.
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