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next British & World English

(Of a time) coming immediately after the time of writing or speaking

next English Thesaurus

we shall turn to this issue in the next chapter

next to British & World English

In or into a position immediately to one side of; beside

what next British & World English

Used to express surprise or amazement

next best British & World English

Second in order of preference

next door British & World English

In or to the next house or room

next in line British & World English

Immediately below the present holder of a position in order of succession

next door to British & World English

In the next house or room to

next of kin British & World English

A person’s closest living relative or relatives

the next world British & World English

(According to some religious beliefs) the place where one goes after death

the boy next door British & World English

A person perceived as familiar and dependable, typically in the context of a romantic relationship

as —— as the next man British & World English

As —— as the average person

next to in next British & World English

In or into a position immediately to one side of; beside

what next in next British & World English

Used to express surprise or amazement

take something to the next level British & World English

Further improve or develop something that is already successful

next in line in next British & World English

Immediately below the present holder of a position in order of succession

the next world in next British & World English

(According to some religious beliefs) the place where one goes after death

next door to in next door British & World English

In the next house or room to

next to in next English Thesaurus

she sat down next to a window

what next or whatever next in next British & World English

Used to express surprise or amazement

the boy next door in next door British & World English

A person perceived as familiar and dependable, typically in the context of a romantic relationship

next of kin in next English Thesaurus

in the case of childless couples, your next of kin are your parents

next to nothing in next English Thesaurus

the market for ponies is poor and they fetch next to nothing

the boy or girl next door in next door British & World English

A person perceived as familiar and dependable, typically in the context of a romantic relationship

the next world/life in next English Thesaurus

instead of offering salvation in the next world, it offers health and longevity in this one

take something to the next level in level British & World English

Further improve or develop something that is already successful