Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Neighborhood"

The meaning of "Neighborhood" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does in the same neighborhood of value mean?
A: in the same neighbourhood of value = nearly or approximately the same value

about
nearly
roughly
pretty much
more or less
approximately
in the neighbourhood

These all mean the same thing.
Q: What does A little neighborhood joint called Dominos mean?
A: Joint is a slang for cafe. A little neighbourhood joint is a small cafe or a small eatery in the neighbourhood and its name is Dominos.
Q: What does neighborhood around eastern Tokyo mean?
A: Good question. I'm not 100% sure, but I'd guess both.

A "neighborhood around Eastern Tokyo" is probably both in Tokyo wards (Koto, Edogawa, Katsushika) and maybe some areas around far west Chiba (Matsudo, Ichikawa, etc.)
Q: What does Ever since I moved to this neighborhood, I kept my distance. mean?
A: when you moved to your new home, you stayed away from something or someone.
Q: What does We're upgrading the neighborhood. mean?
A: We are making where we live better in someway

Example sentences using "Neighborhood"

Q: Please show me example sentences with neighborhood.
Q: Please show me example sentences with neighborhood
neighborhood.
A: “In my neighborhood they’ve set up surveillance cameras.”
“The neighborhood watchman is doing his rounds.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "neighborhood " or "hood".
A: I lift the hood of the car.

this is the neighborhood I live in.
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Synonyms of "Neighborhood" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between He runs in his neighborhood every day and He runs in his street every day and He runs in his place every day and He runs in his area every day ?
A: The first sentence is the most natural, though the third and fourth work too. Running in his place means he is running in his apartment/house/building/etc. which is pretty specific and likely not what you'd mean. Running in his area works, though it is a general statement and better for a response to somebody asking where somebody runs (be it in their area or if they drive further away).

Running in the street does make sense, but it is kind of literal. Unless asked about where he runs (i.e. the street, sidewalk, a field, in a park, etc.), it may be too specific.

An example of being too specific would be answering "Where do you eat?" and answering "off of a plate". Technically it makes sense, but generally you'd say something like "at home" or "at a restaurant".
Q: What is the difference between to explore the most stimulating neighborhood in Japan and to explore the most stimulating area in Japan ?
A: "a neighborhood" assumes a residential area, where people live or maybe shop.
"an area" may be anything - from a neighborhood to a desert island to a mountainside to an amusement park.
Both examples are good, but the "area" is wider and less specific.
"to explore the most stimulating neighborhood in Japan" of all the residential and commercial areas of Japan this one is the most stimulating.
"to explore the most stimulating area in Japan" of all the forests, lakes and urban areas this one is the most stimulating.
Q: What is the difference between neighborhood and street ?
A: A street is a single road which may have houses or buildings. A neighborhood is a lot connected streets.
Q: What is the difference between neighborhood and neighbor ?
A: Neighbor hood is the area that you live in,
Neighbor is the person that you live next to
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Q: What is the difference between neighborhood and vicinity ?
A: A neighborhood is a group of houses in a general area. A vicinity is one smaller area, like a building.

Ex) Are there any doctors in the vicinity?

Ex) There are lots of big houses in my neighborhood.

Translations of "Neighborhood"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? it’s in the neighborhood of one million won. this “in the neighborhood of” is formal or informal?
A: Nope. I never use this term and people around me use it rarely. If I have to say something along the lines of ‘in the neighbourhood’ or ‘in my neighbourhood’, I usually say ‘in my area’ or ‘where I live...’

Hope this helps 😬😊
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? What neighborhood do you recommend for living in London?
A: "how do you say" = Como se dice
I think you meant to post this as a country question
Unless you're asking how to pronounce the sentence :p
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Other questions about "Neighborhood"

Q: neighborhood

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Q: What I want to do at first is to adapt neighborhood by walking around the street. does this sound natural?
A: What I want to do at first is adapt to the neighbourhood by walking around the street.
Q: We live in same neighborhood. does this sound natural?
A: "We live in the same neighborhood."
Q: I have a new neighborhood. She is the oldest woman. I don't like her because she likes to singing every evening. My mother asked her to be quiet. But she sang. So We cannot friendly. does this sound natural?
A: I have a new neighbor and she is the oldest woman here. I don't like her because she sings every evening. My mother asked her to be quiet, but she kept on singing. So we cannot be friendly.
Q: What does "by neighborhood " in 587 mean?
A: Here, "by neighborhood" means that the neighborhood is the category being used for the comparison. "Racial profiling by neighborhood" means that they compare the amount of racial profiling that occurs in each neighborhood.

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