adjacency

[ uh-jey-suhn-see ]
/ əˈdʒeɪ sən si /

noun, plural ad·ja·cen·cies.

Also ad·ja·cence. the state of being adjacent; nearness.
Usually adjacencies. things, places, etc., that are adjacent.
Radio and Television. a broadcast or announcement immediately preceding or following another.

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Origin of adjacency

From the Late Latin word adjacentia, dating back to 1640–50. See adjacent, -ency

OTHER WORDS FROM adjacency

non·ad·ja·cen·cy, noun, plural non·ad·ja·cen·cies.
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