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Neighbourhood

ˈneɪ.bə.hʊd

Meanings of Neighbourhood:

noun

A district or community within a town or city.

Usage examples:

She lived in a wealthy neighbourhood of boston

Neighbouring

ˈneɪ.bər.ɪŋ

Meanings of Neighbouring:

adjective

Next to or very near another place; adjacent.

Usage examples:

Neighbouring countries
verb

(of a place or object) be situated next to or very near (another).

Usage examples:

The square neighbours the old quarter of the town

Meanings of Neighbourliness:

noun

The quality of being friendly or helpful to your neighbours

Usage examples:

The area has a neighbourliness rare in central london., this is a place with an old-fashioned sense…

Neighbourly

ˈneɪ.bəl.i

Meanings of Neighbourly:

adjective

Characteristic of a good neighbour, especially in being helpful, friendly, or kind.

Usage examples:

Shopping for the elderly is a regular feature of neighbourly support

Neighbours

ˈneɪbə

Meanings of Neighbours:

noun

A person living next door to or very near to the speaker or person referred to.

Usage examples:

Our garden was the envy of the neighbours
verb

(of a place or object) be situated next to or very near (another).

Usage examples:

The square neighbours the old quarter of the town

Meanings of Neighed:

verb

(of a horse) utter a neigh.

Usage examples:

He neighed several times in a very gentle way
noun

A characteristic high whinnying sound made by a horse.

Usage examples:

In a decision that speaks well of his integrity but poorly of his abilities as a children's enterta…

Meanings of Neigher:

noun

A neigh, whinny. also (in extended use): a loud laugh.

Meanings of Neighing:

verb

(of a horse) utter a neigh.

Usage examples:

He neighed several times in a very gentle way
noun

A characteristic high whinnying sound made by a horse.

Usage examples:

In a decision that speaks well of his integrity but poorly of his abilities as a children's enterta…

Neighs

neɪ

Meanings of Neighs:

noun

A characteristic high whinnying sound made by a horse.

Usage examples:

In a decision that speaks well of his integrity but poorly of his abilities as a children's enterta…
verb

(of a horse) utter a neigh.

Usage examples:

He neighed several times in a very gentle way

Meanings of Neisseria:

noun

A genus of gram-negative, aerobic diplococci, chiefly comprising commensal inhabitants of the mucous membranes of humans and other mammals, but including several major pathogens, especially the causative agents of gonorrhoea (n. gonorrhoeae, also called gonococcus) and a form of bacterial meningitis (n. meningitidis, also called meningococcus). also (in form neisseria): a bacterium of this genus.

Neither

ˈnaɪ.ðər

Meanings of Neither:

adverb

Used before the first of two (or occasionally more) alternatives (the others being introduced by ‘nor’) to indicate that they are each untrue or each does not happen.

Usage examples:

Unlike her friends, she is neither a snob nor a gossip
determiner

Not the one nor the other; not either.

Usage examples:

Neither side of the brain is dominant over the other
pronoun

Not the one nor the other of two people or things.

Usage examples:

Neither of us believes it

Meanings of Nejd:

proper noun

An arid plateau region in central saudi arabia, north of the rub' al-khali desert, at an altitude of about 1,500 m (5,000 ft).

Meanings of Nek:

noun

A mountain col.

Meanings of Nekton:

noun

Aquatic animals that are able to swim and move independently of water currents.

Usage examples:

On average, collections were made every 3-4 d for phytoplankton and zoo-plankton, 7 d for benthos, …

Meanings of Nellie:

noun

A silly person.

Usage examples:

The inability of these nervous nellies to hold their peace for a couple of months and save their mo…

Nelly

ˈnel.i

Meanings of Nelly:

noun

A silly person.

Usage examples:

The inability of these nervous nellies to hold their peace for a couple of months and save their mo…

Nelson

ˌfʌl ˈnel.sən

Meanings of Nelson:

noun

A wrestling hold in which one arm is passed under the opponent's arm from behind and the hand is applied to the neck ( half nelson ), or both arms and hands are applied ( full nelson ).

proper noun

A port in new zealand, on the north coast of the south island; population 42,888 (2006). it was founded in 1841 by the new zealand company and named after the british admiral lord nelson.

Meanings of Nelsons:

noun

A wrestling hold in which one arm is passed under the opponent's arm from behind and the hand is applied to the neck ( half nelson ), or both arms and hands are applied ( full nelson ).

proper noun

A port in new zealand, on the north coast of the south island; population 42,888 (2006). it was founded in 1841 by the new zealand company and named after the british admiral lord nelson.

Meanings of Nelumbium:

noun

Nelumbo.

Meanings of Nema:

noun

A long, slender, tubular extension of the sicula in a graptolite.

Meanings of Nemaline:

adjective

Designating a group of congenital myopathies characterized by the accumulation of rod-like bodies in muscle fibres; (also) designating the rod-like bodies present in such myopathies and in certain other muscle diseases.

Meanings of Nemalite:

noun

A fibrous variety of brucite.

Meanings of Nemas:

noun

A long, slender, tubular extension of the sicula in a graptolite.

Meanings of Nemathecium:

noun

In many red algae: a fructification, often protuberant and wart-like, containing tetraspore-producing filaments.

Meanings of Nematic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a state of a liquid crystal in which the molecules are oriented in parallel but not arranged in well-defined planes.

Usage examples:

Molecules in the nematic liquid crystal phase stay parallel to one another.
noun

A nematic substance.

Usage examples:

For low concentrations of added bsa the mts form a nematic, whereas at higher concentrations the re…

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