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Origin of preposition1
grammar notes for preposition
OTHER WORDS FROM preposition
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH prepositionpreposition , proposition
Definition for preposition (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Example sentences from the Web for preposition
A visual-language data set can therefore teach an AI model not just how to recognize objects but how they relate to and act on one other, using verbs and prepositions.This could lead to the next big breakthrough in common sense AI|Karen Hao|November 6, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Parenthetically, all Akor-Neb family-names are prepositional; family-names were originally place names.Last Enemy|Henry Beam Piper
In these sentences, the indirect object me, being equivalent to a prepositional phrase, is an adverbial modifier.
A phrase consisting of a preposition and its object, with or without other words, is called a prepositional phrase.
British Dictionary definitions for preposition
Derived forms of prepositionprepositional, adjectiveprepositionally, adverb
Word Origin for preposition
usage for preposition
Cultural definitions for preposition
A part of speech that indicates the relationship, often spatial, of one word to another. For example, “She paused at the gate”; “This tomato is ripe for picking”; and “They talked the matter over head to head.” Some common prepositions are at, by, for, from, in, into, on, to, and with.