Found 4 items, similar to NEAR.
English → Indonesian
English → Indonesian
damping, dekap, dekat
English → English
adj 1: not far distant in time or space or degree or circumstances;
; “in the near future”
; “they are near
; “his nearest approach to success”
; “a very
; “a near hit by the bomb”
; “she was near
; “she was close to tears”
; “had a close call”
] [ant: far
2: being on the left side; “the near or nigh horse is the one
on the left”
; “the animal's left side is its near or nigh
3: closely resembling the genuine article; “near beer”
dress of near satin”
4: giving or spending with reluctance; “our cheeseparing
; “very close (or near) with his money”
penny-pinching miserly old man”
5: with or in a close or intimate relationship; “a good
; “my sisters and brothers are near and dear”
6: very close in resemblance; “sketched in an approximate
; “a near likeness”
adv 1: near in time or place or relationship; “as the wedding day
; “stood near the door”
; “don't shoot until
they come near”
; “getting near to the true
; “her mother is always near”
; “The end
; “the bullet didn't come close”
get too close to the fire”
2: (of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite
accomplished; `near' is sometimes used informally for
`nearly' and `most' is sometimes used informally for
`almost'; “the job is (just) about done”
; “the baby was
almost asleep when the alarm sounded”
; “we're almost
; “the car all but ran her down”
; “he nearly
; “talked for nigh onto 2 hours”
; “the recording
is well-nigh perfect”
; “virtually all the parties signed
; “I was near exhausted by the run”
, just about
v : move towards; “We were approaching our destination”
are drawing near”
; “The enemy army came nearer and
, come on
, go up
, draw near
, come near
English → English
Adjacent to; close by; not far from; nigh; as, the ship
sailed near the land. See the Note under near
, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Neared
; p. pr. & vb. n
.] [See Near
To approach; to come nearer; as, the ship neared the land.
, v. i.
To draw near; to approach.
A speck, a mist, a shape, I wist!
And still it neared, and neared. --Coleridge.
, a. [Compar. Nearer
; superl. Nearest
1. Not far distant in time, place, or degree; not remote;
close at hand; adjacent; neighboring; nigh. “As one near
He served great Hector, and was ever near,
Not with his trumpet only, but his spear. --Dryden.
2. Closely connected or related.
She is thy father's near kinswoman. --Lev. xviii.
3. Close to one's interests, affection, etc.; touching, or
affecting intimately; intimate; dear; as, a near friend.
4. Close to anything followed or imitated; not free, loose,
or rambling; as, a version near to the original.
5. So as barely to avoid or pass injury or loss; close;
narrow; as, a near escape; a near miss.
6. Next to the driver, when he is on foot; in the Unted
States, on the left of an animal or a team; as, the near
ox; the near leg. See Off side
, under Off
7. Immediate; direct; close; short. “The nearest way.”
8. Close-fisted; parsimonious. [Obs. or Low, Eng.]
Note: Near may properly be followed by to before the thing
approached; but more frequently to is omitted, and the
adjective or the adverb is regarded as a preposition.
The same is also true of the word nigh.
Syn: Nigh; close; adjacent; proximate; contiguous; present;
ready; intimate; familiar; dear.
(n[=e]r), adv. [AS. ne['a]r, compar. of ne['a]h
nigh. See Nigh
1. At a little distance, in place, time, manner, or degree;
not remote; nigh.
My wife! my traitress! let her not come near me.
2. Nearly; almost; well-nigh. “Near twenty years ago.”
--Shak. “Near a fortnight ago.”
Near about the yearly value of the land. --Locke.
3. Closely; intimately. --Shak.
Far and near
, at a distance and close by; throughout a
To come near to
, to want but little of; to approximate to.
“Such a sum he found would go near to ruin him.”
Near the wind
(Naut.), close to the wind; closehauled.