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next door

Translation of next door in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • al lado who lives next door? ¿quién vive al lado or en la casa de al lado? next door to sb/sth al lado de algn/algo the people next door los vecinos (de al lado) the boy/girl next door el chico/la chica de al lado
    Example sentences
    • You'll dine like a king and probably want to build a house next door just so you can pop in every day for lunch.
    • He took up so much room we moved him to the house next door, which was empty.
    • The meeting house will be similar in size to The Fox public house next door and will have parking for 28 cars.

adjective/adjetivo (next-door)

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