Two adjacent houses.
An example of adjacent is two houses that are next to one another.
Origin of adjacentClassical Latin adjacens, present participle of adjacere, to lie near ; from ad-, to + jacere, to lie, throw: see jet
- Close to; lying near: adjacent cities.
- Next to; adjoining: adjacent garden plots.
Origin of adjacentMiddle English, from Latin adiac&emacron;ns, adiacent-, present participle of adiac&emacron;re, to lie near : ad-, ad- + iac&emacron;re, to lie; see y&emacron;- in Indo-European roots.
- (US) Next to; adjacent to; beside.
Latin adiacēns, adiacentis.
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