In actual contact; touching; also, adjacent; near; neighboring; adjoining.
Actually touching; contiguous proper-ties have a common boundary.
Storage that is physically adjacent on a disk volume.
Elements that join or meet in a common purpose; such as building forms or functions.
Near or close to, whether actually touching or not. Generally refers to actual touching or bordering on.
Near, next, or adjacent to.
Generally refers to actually touching or bordering on, as in contiguous space.
adjacent; adjoining; next to each other
connecting without a break; within a common boundary; "the 48 conterminous states"; "the contiguous 48 states"
having a common boundary or edge; touching; "abutting lots"; "adjoining rooms"; "Rhode Island has two bordering states; Massachusetts and Conncecticut"; "the side of Germany conterminous with France"; "Utah and the contiguous state of Idaho"; "neighboring cities"
Used in a geographic sense, the term applies to situations where areas of land physically touch and share substantial common boundaries or have a common border of considerable length. The term is not intended to include ‘point-to-point' touching or ‘cornering', or instances where only small portions of land areas touch. It is not intended to encompass or encourage creative mapping exercises that result in irregular shapes, such as narrow corridors and ‘gerrymandered' roadless areas.
Touching or very close together.
Physically adjoining, abutting or in close proximity, such as two parcels of real estate next to each other.
Connected to or touching along an unbroken boundary
Properties having a common boundary.
Being in actual contact; adjoining or touching.
Adjoining or touching. Back
physically adjacent to, or touching.
See also Abutting. Sharing a common boundary, touching.
Touching at some point or along a boundary.
adjacent in position and continuous. See fragment, de-fragment.
is defined in Black's Law Dictionary as - in close proximity; neighboring; adjoining; near in succession; in actual close contact; touching at a point or along a boundary; bounded or traversed by.
In actual close contact; touching, adjacent, near.
Pertaining to entities that are adjacent (next to one another) without intervening blanks (spaces); for example, contiguous characters or contiguous areas of storage.
Placed adjacently; one after another.
In actual or close contact; adjoining or touching, e.g. parcels of land next to each other.
That which is bordering, touching or adjacent to.