English to Tajik Meaning :: contiguous

Contiguous :
іаміудуд
- іаміудудіаміудудcontiguously
 
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Adjective(1) very close or connected in space or time(2) connecting without a break; within a common boundary(3) having a common boundary or edge; abutting; touching

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(1) From an ecological point of view, the park should have encompassed contiguous biodiversity-rich forest tracts that cut across even states.(2) If possible, a computer will store files in contiguous clusters, so all the information is kept close together.(3) An extent is a sequence of contiguous aggregate blocks allocated to an object as a unit.(4) This has been mooted taking into account that a few places in the nearby villages beyond marsh are contiguous to the marsh.(5) It is a reasonable supposition on our part therefore to consider that, if escorted back to the edge of the contiguous zone, vessels would return to Indonesia.(6) Therefore, the sequence at internal nodes will always consist of one contiguous fragment of sequence.(7) This demonstrated that the component sequences amplified as partial gene segments were contiguous in the genome.(8) The continental United States is contiguous with Canada to the north and Mexico to the south.(9) In a second step, clusters merge into a contiguous zone at the cell border that spreads and gives rise to actin waves traveling on a planar membrane.(10) We kept the numbering contiguous in spite of two gaps in the sequence.(11) They come from a nation contiguous to the U.S. with a long and porous border.(12) In what follows a neutral network is a contiguous set of sequences possessing the same fitness.(13) These valleys form part of a magnificent expanse of contiguous pristine valleys-a complex of giant trees unparalleled on Vancouver Island.(14) The sequences were assembled into one contiguous sequence by methods described previously.(15) Under this scheme, tribes and migrants were jointly allotted land for agricultural operations in contiguous areas.(16) Latin and Greek were long coupled together, because of the contiguous history, mythology and culture from which they descended.
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Adjective
1. adjacent ::
омехта
2. conterminous ::
conterminous
3. immediate ::
фаврӣ
Different Forms
contiguous, contiguously
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