próximo


próximo
adj.
1 next, coming, forthcoming, upcoming.
2 nearby, near, nearest, neighboring.
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próximo
adjetivo
1 (cerca) near
2 (siguiente) next
el mes próximo next month
en los próximos días in the next few days
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(f. - próxima)
adj.
1) next, forthcoming
2) near
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ADJ
1) (=cercano) near, close; [pariente] close

un lugar próximo a la costa — a place near the coast

vivimos muy próximos — we live very close by

en fecha próxima — soon, at an early date

estar próximo a algo — to be close to sth, be near sth

estar próximo a hacer algo — to be on the point of doing sth, be about to do sth

2) (=siguiente) next

el mes próximo — next month

el próximo 5 de junio — on 5th June next

se bajarán en la próxima parada — they will get off at the next stop

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-ma adjetivo
1)
a) (siguiente) next

el próximo jueves — next Thursday

b) (como pron)

esto lo dejamos para la próxima — we'll leave this for next time

tome la próxima a la derecha — take the next (on the) right

me bajo en la próxima — I'm getting off at the next stop

2) [ESTAR] (cercano)
a) (en el tiempo) close, near

la fecha ya está próxima — the day is close o is drawing near

en fecha próxima — in the near future

estar próximo A + INF — to be close to + ing, to be about to + inf

estaba próximo a morir — he was close o near to death

b) (en el espacio) near, close

próximo A algo — close o near to something

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= adjacent, adjoining, close [closer -comp., closest -sup.], forthcoming, immediate, next + Expresión Temporal, sorrounding, neighbour [neighbor, -USA], coming, near-side, in sight, over the horizon, on the horizon, proximate.
Ex. Before him there are the two items to be joined, projected onto adjacent viewing positions.
Ex. The library is poorly sited outside the shopping centre and on the brow of a hill, and faces competition from adjoining libraries.
Ex. Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
Ex. Following internal discussion, it was agreed that a new library should be given the University's top priority in any forthcoming capital building project.
Ex. This system offers immediate access when required by users and staff, preferably several users at the same time.
Ex. And then the young librarian, as in a dream, heard from the lips of her supervisor the words, 'Jeanne, please let bygones be bygones and put this year's evaluation behind you. I'll try to make it up to you next year'.
Ex. It examines the role that small university libraries can play in their surrounding communities and the benefits to be gained by both parties.
Ex. The command 'neighbour' lists the terms around the base term alphabetically forwards or backwards.
Ex. I have myself seen, in a northern market, a bookstall where the stall-holder had over a dozen old shoeboxes under the counter in which each month the ten new titles were placed so that the customers could buy the whole new range gradually over the coming month.
Ex. The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
Ex. The trend is definitely towards the electronic submission, but the point where this method will entirely supplant the others is not yet in sight.
Ex. This article surveys the changes which have already occurred and those which are just over the horizon.
Ex. The author concludes with descriptions of advances in the technology currently on the horizon.
Ex. For example, Literature and Language should be proximate, as should Commerce and Economics and Business, Psychology and Medicine, and so on.
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* acontecimiento próximo = coming event.
* año próximo, el = coming year, the.
* de próxima publicación = about to be published.
* durante el próximo año = over the next year.
* el año próximo = the year ahead.
* en el año próximo = in the coming year, in the coming year.
* en el próximo año = in the year ahead, in the coming year.
* en las próximas semanas = over the next few weeks.
* en los próximos años = in the next few years.
* en los próximos días = in the next few days, over the next few days.
* estar próximo = be at hand.
* lado más próximo, el = near side, the.
* la próxima moda = the next hot thing.
* mes próximo, el = next month.
* para el año próximo = for the year ahead.
* próxima apertura = opening soon.
* próximo a = adjacent to, in the vicinity of, in the proximity of.
* próximos años, los = years ahead, the, next few years, the.
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-ma adjetivo
1)
a) (siguiente) next

el próximo jueves — next Thursday

b) (como pron)

esto lo dejamos para la próxima — we'll leave this for next time

tome la próxima a la derecha — take the next (on the) right

me bajo en la próxima — I'm getting off at the next stop

2) [ESTAR] (cercano)
a) (en el tiempo) close, near

la fecha ya está próxima — the day is close o is drawing near

en fecha próxima — in the near future

estar próximo A + INF — to be close to + ing, to be about to + inf

estaba próximo a morir — he was close o near to death

b) (en el espacio) near, close

próximo A algo — close o near to something

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= adjacent, adjoining, close [closer -comp., closest -sup.], forthcoming, immediate, next + Expresión Temporal, sorrounding, neighbour [neighbor, -USA], coming, near-side, in sight, over the horizon, on the horizon, proximate.

Ex: Before him there are the two items to be joined, projected onto adjacent viewing positions.

Ex: The library is poorly sited outside the shopping centre and on the brow of a hill, and faces competition from adjoining libraries.
Ex: Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
Ex: Following internal discussion, it was agreed that a new library should be given the University's top priority in any forthcoming capital building project.
Ex: This system offers immediate access when required by users and staff, preferably several users at the same time.
Ex: And then the young librarian, as in a dream, heard from the lips of her supervisor the words, 'Jeanne, please let bygones be bygones and put this year's evaluation behind you. I'll try to make it up to you next year'.
Ex: It examines the role that small university libraries can play in their surrounding communities and the benefits to be gained by both parties.
Ex: The command 'neighbour' lists the terms around the base term alphabetically forwards or backwards.
Ex: I have myself seen, in a northern market, a bookstall where the stall-holder had over a dozen old shoeboxes under the counter in which each month the ten new titles were placed so that the customers could buy the whole new range gradually over the coming month.
Ex: The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
Ex: The trend is definitely towards the electronic submission, but the point where this method will entirely supplant the others is not yet in sight.
Ex: This article surveys the changes which have already occurred and those which are just over the horizon.
Ex: The author concludes with descriptions of advances in the technology currently on the horizon.
Ex: For example, Literature and Language should be proximate, as should Commerce and Economics and Business, Psychology and Medicine, and so on.
* acontecimiento próximo = coming event.
* año próximo, el = coming year, the.
* de próxima publicación = about to be published.
* durante el próximo año = over the next year.
* el año próximo = the year ahead.
* en el año próximo = in the coming year, in the coming year.
* en el próximo año = in the year ahead, in the coming year.
* en las próximas semanas = over the next few weeks.
* en los próximos años = in the next few years.
* en los próximos días = in the next few days, over the next few days.
* estar próximo = be at hand.
* lado más próximo, el = near side, the.
* la próxima moda = the next hot thing.
* mes próximo, el = next month.
* para el año próximo = for the year ahead.
* próxima apertura = opening soon.
* próximo a = adjacent to, in the vicinity of, in the proximity of.
* próximos años, los = years ahead, the, next few years, the.

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próximo -ma
adjective
A
1 (siguiente) next
en la próxima estación at the next station
el próximo jueves vamos al cine (esta semana) we're going to the movies this Thursday o on Thursday; (la siguiente) we're going to the movies next Thursday
el mes/año próximo next month/year
2 (como pron):
esto lo dejamos para la próxima we'll leave this for next time
tome la próxima a la derecha take the next right, take the next on the right
nos bajamos en la próxima we are getting off at the next stop
B [ ESTAR] (cercano)
1 (en el tiempo) close, near
la fecha ya está próxima the day is close o is drawing near
el verano está próximo summer's nearly here
el programa se emitirá en fecha próxima the program will be transmitted in the near future
próximo A + INF close TO + ING
estaba próximo a morir he was close o near to death
ya estaba próximo a graduarse he was close to graduating o he had nearly finished school o he was about to graduate
2 (en el espacio) near, close próximo A algo close o near TO sth
un hotel próximo a la playa a hotel close to o near the beach
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próximo
-ma adjetivo

1
a) (siguiente) next;

el próximo jueves next Thursday

b) (como pron):

esto lo dejamos para la próxima we'll leave this for next time;

tome la próxima a la derecha take the next (on the) right
2 [ESTAR] (cercano)
a) (en el tiempo) close;

la fecha ya está próxima the day is close;

en fecha próxima in the near future
b) (en el espacio) near, close;

próximo A algo close o near to sth
próximo,-a adjetivo
1 (cercano) near, close
una calle próxima, a nearby street
en fechas próximas, soon o in the near future
2 (siguiente) next: me bajo en la próxima (parada), I get off at the next stop
el próximo verano iremos a Berlín, next summer we're going to Berlin
'próximo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cara
- cerca
- concejo
- cónclave
- inmediata
- inmediato
- mes
- novilunio
- pegar
- próxima
- salida
- tomar
- vecina
- vecino
- entrante
- futuro
- lunes
- oriente
- plazo
- proyecto
English:
beside
- bring in
- call
- coming
- forthcoming
- four-door
- kin
- move
- near
- Near East
- next
- operational
- proximate
- close
- dealer
- due
- fare
- Monday
- pending
- start
- tide
- up
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próximo, -a adj
1. [en el tiempo] near, close;
en fecha próxima shortly;
las vacaciones están próximas the holidays are nearly here
2. [en el espacio] near, close;
una casa próxima al río a house near the river;
el colegio está muy próximo al centro the school is very near to Br the centre o US downtown
3. [en número] close;
un número de muertos próximo al centenar a death toll approaching one hundred
4. [siguiente] next;
el próximo año next year;
el próximo domingo next Sunday;
la próxima vez next time;
me bajo en la próxima I'm getting off at the next stop;
gira en la próxima a la derecha take the next right
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próximo
adj
1 (siguiente) next;
el próximo año next year;
¡hasta la próxima! see you next time!
2 (cercano) near, close (a to)
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próximo, -ma adj
1) : near, close
la Navidad está próxima: Christmas is almost here
2) siguiente: next, following
la próxima semana: the following week
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próximo adj
1. (siguiente) next
bajo en la próxima parada I get off at the next stop
la semana próxima next week
2. (cercano) near
una cafetería próxima al hospital a café near the hospital
Si algo está próximo en el tiempo, se usa el adverbio nearly o soon
está próximo el verano it's nearly summer / it will soon be summer

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • próximo — próximo, ma adjetivo 1. (estar) Que está cerca en el tiempo o en el espacio: Está próxima la Navidad. Su casa está próxima. 2. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Que sigue inmediatamente en el tiempo o en el espacio: el próximo mes. La próxima vez que… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • próximo — próximo, ma (Del lat. proxĭmus). 1. adj. Cercano, que dista poco en el espacio o en el tiempo. 2. Siguiente, inmediatamente posterior. U. t. c. s.) de próximo. loc. adv. p. us. próximamente. ☛ V. materia próximo del sacramento, ocasión próximo …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • próximo — |ss| adj. 1. Que está perto. 2. Imediato. 3. Vizinho. 4. Seguinte ao atual. • s. m. 5. Pessoa. 6. Conjunto de todos os homens (ex.: respeitar o próximo).   ‣ Etimologia: latim proximus, a, um, o mais perto, muito próximo …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • proximo — [präk′sə mō΄] adv. [L proximo ( mense), in the next (month), abl. of proximus: see PROXIMATE] Old fashioned (in the) next (month) [on the 9th proximo]: cf. ULTIMO, INSTANT (adv. 2) …   English World dictionary

  • Proximo — Prox i*mo [L., on the next, abl. of proximus next.] In the next month after the present; often contracted to prox.; as, on the 3d proximo. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Proxĭmo — (lat.), im nächsten Monat …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • próximo — ma Cuando significa ‘cercano’, el complemento se introduce con a: «Fueron de paseo a las cascadas próximas al pueblo» (MtzSalguero Combate [Bol. 2002]); no es normal, y debe evitarse, introducir este complemento con de: ⊕ «¿No será que la Iglesia …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • próximo — próximo, ma adjetivo 1) cercano, vecino. 2) inmediato, contiguo, junto, unido*. * * * Sinónimos: ■ cercano, vecino …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • próximo — (Del lat. proximus , el más cercano.) ► adjetivo 1 Que está cerca, respecto al punto espacial o temporal, desde donde se considera: ■ su casa está próxima a la mía . SINÓNIMO cercano contiguo 2 Que está inmediatamente después del lugar o del… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • próximo — 1 adj Que está o sigue inmediatamente después de otro: año próximo, mes próximo, poblado próximo, acontecimiento próximo, próximo problema, próximo campeonato 2 Que está cerca: próximo a mi casa, próximos a casarse, parientes próximos …   Español en México

  • proximo — /prok seuh moh /, adv. in, of, or during the next month: on the 10th proximo. Cf. instant (def. 11), ultimo. [1850 55; < L proximo abl. of proximus next. See PROXIMAL] * * * …   Universalium


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