Sep 24

“My dog got out, so I’ll ask the neighbors if they have seen him.”

The word “neighbor” usually refers to a person who lives in a house near yours. It can also be used to mean a person whose desk is near yours in your office or classroom, a person who is near you in another situation, or anything that is near something else: “The color of the crayon rubbed off on its neighbors.”

「犬が脱走したから、近所の人に見かけてないか聞いてくる。」

「Neighbor」は通常、自分の家の近くに住んでいる人です。他に、オフィスや教室で自分の近くの席の人など、何かの近くにあるものに使えます:「このクレヨンの色が隣のクレヨンに移ってしまった。」

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