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          Definition of 'next'

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          Example sentences containing 'next'

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          Then there is the incentive of training for the championships next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is already almost full next year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They may think the person next to them is just playing with their phone. Times, Sunday Times (2017)What is the next big thing in ice? Times, Sunday Times (2016)There will also be fewer airline seats available next year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The deadline is close of play next Friday. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So if you buy a house next to a restaurant or a pub, accept that there will be some sounds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What were mere windows and walls next to that? Adam Nicolson GOD&apos;S SECRETARIES: The Making of the King James Bible (2003)We own a courtyard next to our house that allows access to garages belonging to our neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We left that one for the next bunch of house guests to enjoy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Four councils were due to pilot the despised scheme next year. The Sun (2008)The winner went close next time and the third has won since. The Sun (2008)The person next to me is on much less. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The next entry will make less comfortable reading. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The new accounts are expected to be available by autumn next year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The family also owned a funeral service based next door to their furniture store. The Sun (2014)The next big payout is a few years hence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The series continues over the next three nights. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One day one thing is happening and the next day something else is happening. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The ship is due to be ready early next month. The Sun (2011)The next volume cannot come too soon. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The next day we spent eight intense hours recording two songs in his amazing studio. The Sun (2012)This awful scenario was not lost on the man next to him. The Sun (2010)Our rooms are next door to one another. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It may take a few more days before licenses are approved to allow farmers to move animals for the next breeding season. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His sitcom debuts on BBC3 next summer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Toulon will be waiting to tear into them in the south of France next week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)

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          Translations for 'next'

          British English: next /n?kst/ ADJECTIVE
          The next thing is the one that comes immediately after this one or after the last one.
          I got up early the next morning.
          • American English: next
          • Arabic: ?????
          • Brazilian Portuguese: seguinte
          • Chinese: 下次的
          • Croatian: sljede?i
          • Czech: následující
          • Danish: n?ste
          • Dutch: volgende
          • European Spanish: siguiente
          • Finnish: seuraava
          • French: prochain
          • German: n?chster
          • Greek: επ?μενο?
          • Italian: prossimo
          • Japanese: 次の
          • Korean: ???
          • Norwegian: neste
          • Polish: nast?pny
          • European Portuguese: seguinte
          • Romanian: urm?tor
          • Russian: следующий
          • Latin American Spanish: siguiente
          • Swedish: n?sta
          • Thai: ?????
          • Turkish: gelecek
          • Ukrainian: наступний
          • Vietnamese: ti?p sau
          British English: next /n?kst/ ADVERB
          The thing that happens next happens immediately after something else.
          Allow the sauce to cool. Next, add the cheese.
          • American English: next
          • Arabic: ????
          • Brazilian Portuguese: depois
          • Chinese: 下一次
          • Croatian: potom
          • Czech: potom
          • Danish: derefter
          • Dutch: vervolgens
          • European Spanish: luego
          • Finnish: seuraavaksi
          • French: prochainement
          • German: danach
          • Greek: ακολο?θω?
          • Italian: successivamente
          • Japanese: 次に
          • Korean: ???
          • Norwegian: deretter
          • Polish: nast?pnie
          • European Portuguese: depois
          • Romanian: apoi
          • Russian: далее
          • Latin American Spanish: luego
          • Swedish: n?sta
          • Thai: ??????????
          • Turkish: bir sonraki
          • Ukrainian: дал?
          • Vietnamese: ti?p sau


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