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  • 1 preposition

    (a word put before a noun or pronoun to show how it is related to another word: through the window; in the garden; written by me.) předložka
    * * *
    • předložka

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  • 2 alongside

    preposition, adverb (beside or close to (the side of a ship, a pier etc): He berthed alongside his friend's boat.) vedle, po boku
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    • podél
    • na naší straně

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  • 3 among

    1) (in the middle of: a house among the trees.) mezi, uprostřed
    2) (in shares or parts to each person (in a group etc): Divide the chocolate amongst you.) mezi
    * * *
    • mezi

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  • 4 amongst

    1) (in the middle of: a house among the trees.) mezi, uprostřed
    2) (in shares or parts to each person (in a group etc): Divide the chocolate amongst you.) mezi
    * * *
    • mezi

    English-Czech dictionary > amongst

  • 5 besides

    preposition (in addition to: Is anyone coming besides John?) mimo, kromě
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    • vždyť
    • ostatně
    • kromě toho
    • krom
    • mimoto

    English-Czech dictionary > besides

  • 6 concerning

    preposition (about: He wrote to me concerning a business arrangement.) ohledně, o
    * * *
    • týkající se
    • ohledně

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  • 7 considering

    preposition (taking into account; despite: Considering his deafness he manages to understand very well.) uvážíme-li (že)
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    • vzhledem k
    • zvažování
    • zvažující

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  • 8 despite

    (in spite of: He didn't get the job despite all his qualifications.) navzdory
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    • navzdory

    English-Czech dictionary > despite

  • 9 excepting

    preposition (leaving out or excluding: Those cars are all reliable, excepting the old red one.) kromě
    * * *
    • kromě

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  • 10 excluding

    preposition (not counting; without including: The club's expenses, excluding the cost of stationery, amounted to $251.) nepočítaje
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    • vyloučení

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  • 11 facing

    preposition (opposite: The hotel is facing the church.) naproti
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    • obkládání
    • obklad
    • obložení
    • lemování
    • čelí

    English-Czech dictionary > facing

  • 12 including

    preposition The whole family has been ill, including the baby.) včetně
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    • včetně

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  • 13 notwithstanding

    (in spite of: Notwithstanding the bad weather, the ship arrived on time.) navzdory, přes
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    • nicméně

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  • 14 regarding

    preposition (about; concerning: Have you any suggestions regarding this project?) týkající se
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    • ohledně

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  • 15 respecting

    preposition (about; concerning: Respecting your salary, we shall come to a decision later.) pokud jde
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    • respektující
    • respektování

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  • 16 throughout

    1) (in all parts of: They searched throughout the house.) po celém
    2) (from start to finish of: She complained throughout the journey.) po celý
    * * *
    • úplně
    • veskrze
    • po celou dobu
    • docela

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  • 17 unto

    (an old word for `to'.) k, do
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    • vůči
    • ke

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  • 18 via

    (by way of: We went to America via Japan; The news reached me via my aunt.) přes
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    • přes
    • prokov
    • skrz

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  • 19 without

    1) (in the absence of; not having: They went without you; I could not live without him; We cannot survive without water.) bez
    2) (not: He drove away without saying goodbye; You can't walk along this street without meeting someone you know.) aniž
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    • bez
    • aniž
    • beze

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  • 20 about

    1. preposition
    (on the subject of: We talked about our plans; What's the book about?) o
    2. preposition, adverb
    1) ((sometimes round about) near (in place, time, size etc): about five miles away; (round) about six o'clock; just about big enough.) kolem, okolo, asi
    2) (in different directions; here and there: The children ran about (the garden).) sem a tam
    3) (in or on some part (of a place etc): You'll find him somewhere about (the office).) poblíž
    4) (around or surrounding: She wore a coat about her shoulders; He lay with his clothes scattered about.) kolem
    3. adverb
    ((in military commands etc) in the opposite direction: About turn!) čelem vzad
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    • u sebe
    • u
    • v čem
    • po
    • přibližně
    • skoro
    • sem tam
    • stran čeho
    • okolo
    • kolem
    • o
    • o čem
    • asi
    • dokola

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См. также в других словарях:

  • Preposition — Préposition Voir « préposition » sur le Wiktionnaire …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Préposition — Voir « préposition » sur le Wiktionnaire …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • preposition — 1. A preposition is a word such as after, in, to, and with, which usually stands before a noun or pronoun and establishes its relation to what goes before (the man on the platform / came after dinner / What did you do it for?). The superstition… …   Modern English usage

  • preposition — Preposition. s. f. Une des parties de l Oraison. Particule indeclinable qui se met presque tousjours devant le mot qu elle regit, Preposition de temps. Preposition de lieu. Pour un tel, contre un tel, devant les Juges, sur une table, dans un… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • preposition — abbreviation preposition. preposition [ˌprɛpə zɪʃ(ə)n] noun Grammar a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element, as in ‘she arrived after dinner’ and ‘what did you do it for?’… …   English new terms dictionary

  • Preposition — Prep o*si tion, n. [L. praepositio, fr. praeponere to place before; prae before + ponere to put, place: cf. F. pr[ e]position. See {Position}, and cf. {Provost}.] [1913 Webster] 1. (Gram.) A word employed to connect a noun or a pronoun, in an… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • preposition — late 14c., from L. praepositionem (nom. praepositio) a putting before, from praepositus, pp. of praeponere put before, from prae before (see PRE (Cf. pre )) + ponere put, set, place (see POSITION (Cf. position)). In gr …   Etymology dictionary

  • preposition — Preposition, Praepositio …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • preposition — ► NOUN Grammar ▪ a word governing a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element, as in ‘she arrived after dinner’ and ‘what did you do it for?’. DERIVATIVES prepositional adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • preposition — [prep΄ə zish′ən] n. [ME preposicioun < L praepositio (< praepositus, pp. of praeponere < prae , before + ponere, to place: see PRE & POSITION): transl. of Gr prothesis, PROTHESIS] 1. in some languages, a relation or function word, as… …   English World dictionary

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