Definition of neighbor
- Term used to denote an ambiguous relationship between two people--they're not really going out, but they're not 'just friends'. Mostly used by outsiders to define the relationship of someone they know, or by the person him/herself to explain who the hell they brought to the party.
Person A: Hey Steve, who's this, the new girlfriend? I thought you just broke up.
Person B: Nah, she's just the neighbor.
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