# adjacent

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**adjacent**— /əˈdʒeɪsənt / (say uh jaysuhnt) adjective lying near, close, or contiguous; adjoining; neighbouring: a field adjacent to the main road. {Latin adjacens, present participle} –adjacently, adverb …42

**adjacent**— Lying near or close to; sometimes, contiguous; neighboring. Adjacent implies that the two objects are not widely separated, though they may not actually touch, Harrison v. Guilford County, 218 N.C. 718, 12 S.E.2d 269, while adjoining imports that …43

**adjacent**— Lying near or close to; sometimes, contiguous; neighboring. Adjacent implies that the two objects are not widely separated, though they may not actually touch, Harrison v. Guilford County, 218 N.C. 718, 12 S.E.2d 269, while adjoining imports that …44

**Adjacent channel power ratio**— (ACPR) is ratio between the total power of adjacent channel (intermodulation signal) to the main channel s power (useful signal). ACPR The ratio between the total power adjacent channel (intermodulation signal) to the main channel s power (useful …45

**Adjacent-channel interference**— or ACI is interference caused by extraneous power from a signal in an adjacent channel. Note 1: Adjacent channel interference may be caused by inadequate filtering, such as incomplete filtering of unwanted modulation products in frequency… …46

**adjacent angles**— n. two angles having the same vertex and a side in common …47

**Adjacent angle**— File:Adjacent angles.svg In the illustration, angles A and B are adjacent. In geometry, adjacent angles, often shortened as adj. ∠s, are angles that have a common ray coming out of the vertex going between two other rays. In other words, they are …48

**adjacent land**— A relative term, sometimes meaning adjacent land, at other times land in the neighborhood. In a statute authorizing a special assessment oil adjacent property, the term adjacent includes property in the neighborhood not actually touching the… …49

**Adjacent channel**— In broadcasting an adjacent channel is an AM, FM, or TV channel that is next to another channel. First adjacent is immediately next to another channel, second adjacent is two channels away, and so forth. Information on adjacent channels is used… …50

**adjacent angles**— Geom. two angles having the same vertex and having a common side between them. * * * adjacent angles plural noun (geometry) A pair of angles that have the same vertex and one side in common • • • Main Entry: ↑adjacent * * * adjacent angles UK US… …