Meaning of PROXIMITY in English


präkˈsiməd.ē, -ətē, -i noun

( -es )

Etymology: Middle French proximité, from Latin proximitat-, proximitas, from proximus nearest, next + -itat-, -itas -ity — more at proximate

: the quality or state of being proximate, next, or very near (as in time, place, relationship) : immediate or close propinquity : nearness

research facilitated by proximity to a great library

marriages in proximity of blood

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