[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: , present participle of adjacere 'to lie near', from ad- 'to' + jacere 'to lie']
a room, building, piece of land etc that is adjacent to something is next to it
We stayed in adjacent rooms.
the building adjacent to the library
1. The island of Cuba is adjacent to Florida. 古巴岛接近佛罗里达。
2. Roads were dusty tracks scarely discernible from the adjacent desert. 道路是尘土覆盖的小道, 几乎难以跟两边的沙漠区分开来。