English to Japanese Meaning :: abut

Abut :
当接し
- 当接し橋台アバットメント当接し
 

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Verb(1) lie adjacent to another or share a boundary

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(1) However a spokesman for the firm declined to give any information about its intentions.(2) he's about 35(3) now, about that money I owe you(4) be careful what you're about!(5) that's about the only true thing he said(6) Plane Tree Grove is a residential area about a quarter of a mile from the airport.(7) A lot of us got out and waited for the emergency services, who arrived within about ten minutes.(8) In America, the book has chimed with concern about corruption in the Catholic Church.(9) finding my way about(10) it's about 100 km away(11) You go in feet first - there's enough room to move about and then come out head first.(12) It is really immaterial how much we are promised about the good intentions of the new owners.(13) he ran about in the garden(14) he must be somewhere about(15) the book is about a sea voyage(16) But what caused the cancer in the first place, and what can we do about it?
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1. adjoin ::
付け合わせます
2. be adjacent to ::
に隣接して
3. butt against ::
反対尻
4. border ::
境界
5. neighbor ::
隣人
6. join ::
加わります
7. touch ::
タッチ
8. meet ::
会います
9. reach ::
リーチ
10. be contiguous with ::
と連続して
Different Forms
abut, abutment, abutments, abuts
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