• 基礎釋義
  • 例句
  • 同義詞
  • 反義詞
  • 詞組
  • 柯林斯詞典釋義
  • 英漢詞典釋義
  • 英英詞典釋義
  • 行業詞典釋義
例句
同義詞
反義詞
  • adj.
    next的反義詞之:貼近的;次于的
    last,
  • next的反義詞之:其他釋義
    last,
詞組
  • next in line
    immediately below the present holder of a position in order of succession 接班人,繼承人
  • the next world
    (according to some religious beliefs) the place where one goes after death (某些宗教信仰中的)陰間,地府
  • what next (或 whatever next)
    an expression of surprise or amazement [用以表示驚訝或驚奇]下一步怎么樣;還會有何等的荒唐事
  • next to
    Adjacent to 毗連的,緊鄰的 Following in order or degree 在順序或程度上接下去的 Almost; practically 幾乎;實際上
柯林斯高階英漢雙解學習詞典釋義
  • ORD
    緊接在后的;接下去的
    The next period of time, event, person, or thing is the one that comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one.
    例句
    I got up early the next morning. 第二天早晨我早早地起床了。 ...the next available flight... 下一趟可搭乘的航班
  • DET
    緊接在后的;下一個的
    You use next in expressions such as next Friday ,next day and next year to refer, for example, to the first Friday, day, or year that comes after the present or previous one.
    例句
    Let's plan a big night next week... 我們下周組織一次盛大的晚會吧。 He retires next January... 他明年一月退休。
  • ADJ
    緊鄰的;貼近的
    The next place or person is the one that is nearest to you or that is the first one that you come to.
    例句
    Grace sighed so heavily that Trish could hear it in the next room... 格雷斯重重的嘆息聲連隔壁房間的特里斯都能聽見。 The man in the next chair was asleep... 鄰座的男士睡著了。
  • ADV
    接著;隨后
    The thing that happens next is the thing that happens immediately after something else.
    例句
    Next, close your eyes then screw them up tight... 接著,合上雙眼,然后再用力閉緊。 I don't know what to do next... 我不知道接著該干什么了。
  • ADV
    又一次;再次
    When you next do something, you do it for the first time since you last did it.
    例句
    I next saw him at his house in Berkshire... 我在伯克郡他的家中再次見到了他。 When we next met, he was much more jovial. 我們再次見面時,他愉快多了。
  • ADV
    僅次于…的;第二…的
    You use next to say that something has more of a particular quality than all other things except one. For example, the thing that is next best is the one that is the best except for one other thing.
    例句
    The one thing he didn't have was a son. I think he's felt that a grandson is the next best thing... 他唯一缺的就是個兒子,我想他覺得有個外孫也不錯。 At least three times more daffodils are grown than in Holland, the next largest grower. 水仙花的栽培量至少是第二種植大國荷蘭的3倍。
  • PHRASE
    再下(周);下下(周)
    You use after next in expressions such as the week after next to refer to a period of time after the next one. For example, when it is May, the month after next is July.
    例句
    ...the party's annual conference, to be held in Bournemouth the week after next. 下下周在伯恩茅斯舉行的該黨年會
  • PHRASE
    跟別人一樣
    If you say that you do something or experience something as much as the next person, you mean that you are no different from anyone else in the respect mentioned.
    例句
    I enjoy pleasure as much as the next person... 我和別人一樣愉快。 I'm as ambitious as the next man. I'd like to manage at the very highest level. 我和別人一樣雄心勃勃,想進入最高管理層。
  • PHRASE
    接下來(我)所知道的;出乎意料的是
    You can say the next thing I knew to suggest that a new situation which you are describing was surprising because it happened very suddenly.
    例句
    I had leaned over to pick up some change, and the next thing I knew I felt this terrible pain in my ankle. 我俯身去拿那些零錢,接下來就突然感到腳踝劇痛。
  • PREP-PHRASE
    緊靠…旁邊;在…近旁;貼近
    If one thing is next to another thing, it is at the other side of it.
    例句
    She sat down next to him on the sofa. 她緊挨著他在沙發上坐下了。 ...at the southern end of the Gaza Strip next to the Egyptian border... 在緊靠埃及邊境的加沙地帶南端
  • PREP-PHRASE
    居于…之后;次于
    You use next to in order to give the most important aspect of something when comparing it with another aspect.
    例句
    Her children were the number two priority in her life next to her career... 對她而言,孩子們的重要性僅次于她的事業。 Next to the expense of cashiers, pricing items is one of the costliest labor costs of grocery retailers. 對食品雜貨零售商來說,給貨物貼價簽也是勞動力成本中最為昂貴的一個部分,僅次于雇傭收銀員的費用。
  • PHRASE
    (用于否定詞前)幾乎,差不多
    You use next to before a negative, or a word that suggests something negative, to mean almost, but not completely.
    例句
    Johnson still knew next to nothing about tobacco... 約翰遜仍然對煙草幾乎一無所知。 Most pre-prepared weight loss products are next to useless. 大多數預制減肥產品幾乎都沒有什么功效。
英漢詞典釋義
  • adj.
    緊接在后的, 次于的,下一個的;緊接著的;接下來的
    We may go out next Sunday, but that depends. 我們可能下星期天郊游, 但那要看情況而定。
    貼近的, 緊鄰的,緊隨其后的,下一個的
    He contrasted his son with the boy next door. 他將他的兒子與隔壁的男孩比較。
  • adv.
    接下去; 然后,緊接著,隨后
    What are you going to do next? 然后你要干什么?
    居后地, 次于,其次的;依次的;僅次于…的
    John arrived first and Jane came next. 約翰先到了, 然后是簡。
英英詞典釋義
  • Adjective
    1. nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space;
    "had adjacent rooms""in the next room""the person sitting next to me""our rooms were side by side"
    2. (of elected officers) elected but not yet serving;
    "our next president"
    3. immediately following in time or order;
    "the following day""next in line""the next president""the next item on the list"
  • Adverb
    1. at the time or occasion immediately following;
    "next the doctor examined his back"
行業詞典
  • 計算機: 下一(頁,步,…),后續;= Near-End cross Talk,近端串話;
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