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  • 81 the

    [ðə, ði]
    (The form [ðə] is used before words beginning with a consonant eg the house or consonant sound eg the union [ðə'ju:njən]; the form [ði] is used before words beginning with a vowel eg the apple or vowel sound eg the honour [ði 'onə]) ο, η, το, οι, τα
    1) (used to refer to a person, thing etc mentioned previously, described in a following phrase, or already known: Where is the book I put on the table?; Who was the man you were talking to?; My mug is the tall blue one; Switch the light off!)
    2) (used with a singular noun or an adjective to refer to all members of a group etc or to a general type of object, group of objects etc: The horse is running fast.; I spoke to him on the telephone; He plays the piano/violin very well.) οι, τα
    3) (used to refer to unique objects etc, especially in titles and names: the Duke of Edinburgh; the Atlantic (Ocean).) ο, η, το
    4) (used after a preposition with words referring to a unit of quantity, time etc: In this job we are paid by the hour.) (με) το, την, το
    5) (used with superlative adjectives and adverbs to denote a person, thing etc which is or shows more of something than any other: He is the kindest man I know; We like him (the) best of all.) ο, η, το, οι, τα
    6) ((often with all) used with comparative adjectives to show that a person, thing etc is better, worse etc: He has had a week's holiday and looks (all) the better for it.) ο, η, το, οι, τα
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  • 82 them

    [ðəm, ðem]
    1) (people, animals, things etc already spoken about, being pointed out etc: Let's invite them to dinner; What will you do with them?) τους
    2) (used instead of him, him or her etc where a person of unknown sex or people of both sexes are referred to: If anyone touches that, I'll hit them.) τους

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  • 83 themselves

    1) (used as the object of a verb or preposition when people, animals etc are the object of actions they perform: They hurt themselves; They looked at themselves in the mirror.) τον εαυτό τους, τους εαυτούς τους
    2) (used to emphasize they, them or the names of people, animals etc: They themselves did nothing wrong.) (αυτοί) οι ίδιοι
    3) (without help etc: They decided to do it themselves.) μόνοι τους

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  • 84 through

    [Ɵru:] 1. preposition
    1) (into from one direction and out of in the other: The water flows through a pipe.) διαμέσου, μέσα από
    2) (from side to side or end to end of: He walked (right) through the town.) απ' άκρη σ' άκρη, από τη μια πλευρά στην άλλη
    3) (from the beginning to the end of: She read through the magazine.) από την αρχή έως το τέλος
    4) (because of: He lost his job through his own stupidity.) εξαιτίας, από, λόγω
    5) (by way of: He got the job through a friend.) μέσω, με τη βοήθεια
    6) ((American) from... to (inclusive): I work Monday through Friday.) (από...) μέχρι
    2. adverb
    (into and out of; from one side or end to the other; from beginning to end: He went straight/right through.) απ' άκρη σ' άκρη, πέρα για πέρα / ως το τέλος
    3. adjective
    1) ((of a bus or train) that goes all the way to one's destination, so that one doesn't have to change (buses or trains): There isn't a through train - you'll have to change.) κατευθείαν
    2) (finished: Are you through yet?) τελειωμένος
    4. adverb
    (in every part: The house was furnished throughout.) παντού
    - soaked
    - wet through
    - through and through
    - through with

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  • 85 till

    I [til] preposition, conjunction
    (to the time of or when: I'll wait till six o'clock; Go on till you reach the station.) ως, ίσαμε / ωσότου, ώσπου να
    II [til] noun
    ((in a shop etc) a container or drawer in which money is put and registered.) ταμείο (συρτάρι ταμείου, ταμειακή μηχανή)

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  • 86 to

    1. [tə,tu] preposition
    1) (towards; in the direction of: I cycled to the station; The book fell to the floor; I went to the concert/lecture/play.) σε
    2) (as far as: His story is a lie from beginning to end.) ως
    3) (until: Did you stay to the end of the concert?) μέχρι
    4) (sometimes used to introduce the indirect object of a verb: He sent it to us; You're the only person I can talk to.) σε, με
    5) (used in expressing various relations: Listen to me!; Did you reply to his letter?; Where's the key to this door?; He sang to (the accompaniment of) his guitar.) σε, για
    6) (into a particular state or condition: She tore the letter to pieces.) σε
    7) (used in expressing comparison or proportion: He's junior to me; Your skill is superior to mine; We won the match by 5 goals to 2.) από, σε σχέση / σύγκριση με, έναντι
    8) (showing the purpose or result of an action etc: He came quickly to my assistance; To my horror, he took a gun out of his pocket.) προς
    9) ([tə] used before an infinitive eg after various verbs and adjectives, or in other constructions: I want to go!; He asked me to come; He worked hard to (= in order to) earn a lot of money; These buildings were designed to (= so as to) resist earthquakes; She opened her eyes to find him standing beside her; I arrived too late to see him.) (για) να
    10) (used instead of a complete infinitive: He asked her to stay but she didn't want to.)
    2. [tu:] adverb
    1) (into a closed or almost closed position: He pulled/pushed the door to.) να
    2) (used in phrasal verbs and compounds: He came to (= regained consciousness).) κλειστός

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  • 87 toward

    [tə'wo:d(z), ]( American[) to:rd(z)]
    1) ((moving, facing etc) in the direction of: He walked toward the door; She turned towards him.) προς
    2) (in relation to: What are your feelings towards him?) έναντι, απέναντι σε
    3) (as a contribution or help to: Here's $3 towards the cost of the journey.) έναντι / με σκοπό
    4) ((of time) near: Towards night-time, the weather worsened.) κοντά σε

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  • 88 towards

    [tə'wo:d(z), ]( American[) to:rd(z)]
    1) ((moving, facing etc) in the direction of: He walked toward the door; She turned towards him.) προς
    2) (in relation to: What are your feelings towards him?) έναντι, απέναντι σε
    3) (as a contribution or help to: Here's $3 towards the cost of the journey.) έναντι / με σκοπό
    4) ((of time) near: Towards night-time, the weather worsened.) κοντά σε

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  • 89 under

    1. preposition
    1) (in or to a position lower than, or covered by: Your pencil is under the chair; Strange plants grow under the sea.) κάτω από
    2) (less than, or lower in rank than: Children under five should not cross the street alone; You can do the job in under an hour.) κάτω από, λιγότερο από
    3) (subject to the authority of: As a foreman, he has about fifty workers under him.) υπό (τις) διαταγές
    4) (used to express various states: The fort was under attack; The business improved under the new management; The matter is under consideration/discussion.) υπό
    2. adverb
    (in or to a lower position, rank etc: The swimmer surfaced and went under again; children aged seven and under.) κάτω

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  • 90 underneath

    1. preposition, adverb
    (at or to a lower position (than); beneath: She was standing underneath the light; Have you looked underneath the bed?) κάτω από/ από κάτω
    2. noun
    (the part or side beneath: Have you ever seen the underneath of a bus?) κάτω μέρος

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  • 91 until

    preposition, conjunction
    (to the time of or when: He was here until one o'clock; I won't know until I get a letter from him.) έως, μέχρι

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  • 92 us

    ((used as the object of a verb or preposition) the speaker or writer plus one or more other people: She gave us a present; A plane flew over us.) εμάς, μας

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  • 93 versus

    ((often abbreviated to v or vs when written) against: the England v Wales rugby match.)

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  • 94 whom

    pronoun ((used as the object of a verb or preposition, but in everyday speech sometimes replaced by who) what person(s)(?): Whom/who do you want to see?; Whom/who did you give it to?; To whom shall I speak?) ποιον

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  • 95 with

    1) (in the company of; beside; among; including: I was walking with my father; Do they enjoy playing with each other?; He used to play football with the Arsenal team; Put this book with the others.) με, μαζί με
    2) (by means of; using: Mend it with this glue; Cut it with a knife.) με (εργαλείο)
    3) (used in expressing the idea of filling, covering etc: Fill this jug with milk; He was covered with mud.) με, από
    4) (used in describing conflict: They quarrelled with each other; He fought with my brother.) με
    5) (used in descriptions of things: a man with a limp; a girl with long hair; a stick with a handle; Treat this book with care.) με
    6) (as the result of: He is shaking with fear.) από
    7) (in the care of: Leave your case with the porter.) σε (στη φροντίδα)
    8) (in relation to; in the case of; concerning: Be careful with that!; What's wrong with you?; What shall I do with these books?) με, σχετικά με
    9) (used in expressing a wish: Down with fascism!; Up with Manchester United!) κάτω/ ζήτω

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  • 96 within

    [wi'ðin] 1. preposition
    (inside (the limits of): She'll be here within an hour; I could hear sounds from within the building; His actions were within the law (= not illegal).) μέσα σε
    2. adverb
    (inside: Car for sale. Apply within.) μέσα, στο εσωτερικό

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  • 97 you

    1) ((used as the subject or object of a verb, or as the object of a preposition) the person(s) etc spoken or written to: You look well!; I asked you a question; Do you all understand?; Who came with you?) εσύ, εσείς / εσένα, εσάς
    2) (used with a noun when calling someone something, especially something unpleasant: You idiot!; You fools!) (για προσφωνήσεις) ε! εσύ...

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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 — 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

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  • 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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