Definition of proximity in English:

proximity

Syllabification: prox·im·i·ty
Pronunciation: /präkˈsimətē
 
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noun

Nearness in space, time, or relationship: do not operate microphones in close proximity to television sets
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  • Miss Bridges dismissed speculation that the close proximity of the rides had helped the fire to spread.
  • The nature of Oxford's collegiate system requires us to live together in very close proximity.
  • The close proximity of the road to our houses will also affect the foundations, he said.
Synonyms

Origin

late 15th century: from French proximité, from Latin proximitas, from proximus 'nearest'.

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