neighborhood

  1. a surrounding or nearby region
  2. people living near one another
  3. the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in `in the region of')

neighborhood

[n] - people living near one another
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Neighborhood

Neigh'bor·hood noun [ Written also neighbourhood .] 1. The quality or condition of being a neighbor; the state of being or dwelling near; proximity. « Then the prison and the palace were in awful neighborhood Ld. Lytton. 2. A place near; vicinity;...
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neighborhood

neighbourhood noun people living near one another; `it is a friendly neighborhood`; `my neighborhood voted for Bush`
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Neighborhood

• (n.) The inhabitants who live in the vicinity of each other; as, the fire alarmed all the neiborhood. • (n.) The disposition becoming a neighbor; neighborly kindness or good will. • (n.) A place near; vicinity; adjoining district; a region the inhabitants of which may be counted as neighbors; as, he lives in my neighborhood. •...
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neighborhood

neighbor, neighborhood, neighboring, neighborliness, neighborly, neighbors, unneighborly 1. Someone who lives near or next door to, or close to, another person or people. 2. A person, place, or thing located next to another or very close. 3. To be located very close to something or someone, or to be close to something in character. 4. A person, ...
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Neighborhood

In mathematical Euclidean space, a small set of points surrounding and including a particular point. Thus, for an economic variable, such as an allocation, the neighborhood of a particular allocation includes all those allocations that are sufficiently similar to it.
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Neighborhood

For a normed space, the neighborhood of a point, x, is the open ball centered at x: {y y-x < e}, where e > 0. The closed ball, with y-x
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Neighborhood

The largest population in which mating occurs at random. Generally, a small population within which individuals can be expected to be closely related. Neighborhoods may be created by barriers to pollen and seed movement, or other isolating factors.
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