- adv. 然后；下次；其次
- adj. 下一个的；其次的；贴近的
- n. 下一个
- prep. 靠近；居于…之后
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- next: [OE] Etymologically, something that is next is ‘nearest’. The word comes, like its Germanic relatives, German nächste, Dutch naaste, Swedish näst, and Danish næst, from a prehistoric ancestor formed from *nēkh- ‘near’ (from which English nigh is descended) and the superlative suffix *-istaz. A parallel comparative formation has given English near.
=> near, nigh
- next (adj.)
- Old English niehsta, nyhsta (West Saxon), nesta (Anglian) "nearest, closest," superlative of neah (West Saxon), neh (Anglian) "nigh;" from Proto-Germanic *nekh- "near" + superlative suffix *-istaz. Cognate with Old Norse næstr, Dutch naast "next," Old High German nahisto "neighbor," German nächst "next." Adverbial and prepositional use from c. 1200. Phrase the next person "a typical person" is from 1857.
- 1. I would prefer him to be with us next season.
- 2. The three parties will meet next month to work out remaining differences.
- 3. China enters a new five-year plan period next year.
- 4. He will soon be back in training for next year's National.
- 5. I'm going to write him in on my ballot next year.
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