- 1.1 (nearness) [literary/literario] propincuidad (feminine) [literary/literario], proximidad (feminine) 1.2 (in genealogy) [formal] consanguinidad (feminine), parentesco (masculine)More example sentences
- He found himself disgusted with their close propinquity.
- Frequency of successful exchange between taxa will depend on propinquity, metabolic compatibility, adaptations to their abiotic environment, gene expression systems, and gene transfer mechanisms.
- Due to historical ties and geographic propinquity, until the middle of the 14th century, Galician and Portuguese were in fact the same language, known as ‘Galaico Portugues’.
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