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If two things are next to each other, you might say, “He put the two boxes on the table (Gesture with hands) ________.”

SIDE BY SIDE 822
SIDE BY EACH 74
TOGETHER 43
BESIDE EACH OTHER 40
SIDE AND SIDE 27
NEXT TO EACH OTHER 18
CLOSE TOGETHER 11
RIGHT TOGETHER 10
NR 8
ALONGSIDE EACH OTHER 6
BESIDE ONE ANOTHER 5
CLOSE TO EACH OTHER 5
ADJACENT TO EACH OTHER 4
ALONGSIDE 4
ALONGSIDE OF EACH OTHER 4
AGAINST EACH OTHER 3
NEAR EACH OTHER 3
PARALLEL 3
RIGHT BESIDE EACH OTHER 3
ADJOINING EACH OTHER 2
BY EACH OTHER 2
CLOSE TO ONE ANOTHER 2
NECK AND NECK 2
NEXT TO ONE ANOTHER 2
OPPOSITE EACH OTHER 2
RIGHT NEXT TO EACH OTHER 2
SIDE EACH OTHER 2
ABUTTING EACH OTHER 1
ADJACENT 1
AGAINST ONE ANOTHER 1
ALONGSIDE ONE ANOTHER 1
ASIDE OF EACH OTHER 1
BESIDE 1
CHEEK TO JOWL 1
CLOSE BY 1
FORNINST EACH OTHER 1
IN JUXTAPOSITION 1
JUXTAPOSED 1
NEAR 1
NEAR ONE ANOTHER 1
NEARBY EACH OTHER 1
OPPOSITE 1
RIGHT NEXT EACH OTHER 1
RIGHT NEXT TO ONE ANOTHER 1
SIDE BY TOTHER 1
SIDE OF EACH OTHER 1
SIDE TO SIDE 1

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