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NEAR meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
Near and near to. Near and near to are prepositions. Near is also an adjective. Near and near to as prepositions. The preposition near to means not far away in distance. Near and near to mean the same, but near is more common.:
Near and near to English Grammar Today Cambridge Dictionary.
Near and near to mean the same, but near is more common.: She comes from a small place on the coast near Barcelona. My mother loves to sit near the fire at night. She reached out her hand and drew him near to her.
Near Wikipedia.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Look up near in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. NEAR or Near may refer to.: 2 Science, mathematics, technology, biology, and medicine. 3 Television, film, music, and books. 4 Other uses. Near, US evolutionary ichthyologist. Science, mathematics, technology, biology, and medicine edit. National Emergency Alarm Repeater NEAR, a former alarm device to warn civilians of a foreign nuclear attack on the United States. National Emergency Airway Registry NEAR, a patient registry for intubations in the United States.
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