English - Vietnamese Dictionary
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- tính từ
- sát, gần, ngay bên, bên cạnh
- in the next house: ở nhà bên
- sau, ngay sau, tiếp sau
- the next day: ngày hôm sau
- next week: tuần lễ sau
- next month: tháng sau
- next year: năm sau
- not till next time: (đùa cợt) lần sau xin chừa; xin khất đến lần sau
- the house next to ours: ngôi nhà gần nhà chúng tôi
- phó từ
- sau, lần sau, tiếp sau, nữa
- when shall we meet next?: lần sau bao giờ ta lại gặp nhau?
- what must I do next?: tiếp sau đây tôi phải làm cái gì?
- what next?: còn gì nữa?, còn cái gì hơn nữa không?
- what comes next?: còn cái gì tiếp theo nữa?
- the Tuesday next before Chrismas: hôm thứ ba ngay trước ngày lễ Nô-en
- danh từ
- gần bên, bên cạnh, sát nách
- may I bring my chair next yours?: tôi có thể để cái ghế của tôi sát bên ghế anh không?
- danh từ
- người tiếp sau; cái tiếp sau, số (báo) sau...
- the next to arrive: người đến sau
- next please!: đến người tiếp sau!
- to be continued in our next: sẽ đăng tiếp vào số sau (báo)
- I'll tell you of it in my next: next tôi sẽ nói cho anh hay về điều đó ở thư sau
nekstAdvanced English Dictionary
+nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space
+(of elected officers) elected but not yet serving
+immediately following in time or order
+at the time or occasion immediately following
adjective, adverb, noun
+ adjective [only before noun]
1 (usually with the) coming straight after sb/sth in time, order or space: The next train to Baltimore is at ten. + The next six months will be the hardest. + the next chapter + Who's next? + the woman in the next room + I fainted and the next thing I knew I was in the hospital. + (informal) Round here, you leave school at sixteen and next thing you know, you're married with three kids.
2 (used without the) ~ Monday, week, summer, year, etc. the Monday, week, etc. immediately following: Next Thursday is 12 April. + Next time I'll bring a book.
Idioms: the next man the average person: I can enjoy a joke as well as the next man, but this is going too far.
more at DAY, LUCK n.
1 after sth else; then; afterwards: What happened next? + Next, I heard the sound of voices.
2 ~ best, biggest, most important, etc. ...(after / to sb/sth) following in the order mentioned: Jo was the next oldest after Martin. + The next best thing to flying is gliding.
3 used in questions to express surprise or confusion: You're going bungee jumping? Whatever next?
+ noun (usually the next) [sing.] a person or thing that is next: One moment he wasn't there, the next he was. + the week after next
next / nearest
(The) next means 'after this/that one' in time or in a series of events, places or people: When is your next appointment? + Turn left at the next traffic lights. + Who's next? (The) nearest means 'closest' in space:
Where's the nearest supermarket?
Notice the difference between the prepositions nearest to and next to: Janet's sitting nearest to the window (= of all the people in the room). Sarah's sitting next to the window (= right beside it). In informal BrE nearest can be used instead of nearest to:
Who's sitting nearest the door?
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