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  • 1 preposition

    [prepə'ziʃən]
    (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.) prievārds
    * * *
    prepozīcija, prievārds

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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.) blakus; līdzās
    * * *
    cieši līdzās, līdzās, blakus

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  • 3 among

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

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  • 4 amongst

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

    English-Latvian dictionary > amongst

  • 5 besides

    preposition (in addition to: Is anyone coming besides John?) bez
    * * *
    bez tam, turklāt; izņemot, bez

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  • 6 concerning

    preposition (about: He wrote to me concerning a business arrangement.)
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    kas attiecas uz, attiecībā uz

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  • 7 considering

    preposition (taking into account; despite: Considering his deafness he manages to understand very well.) ņemot vērā; ievērojot
    * * *
    ievērojot, ka, ņemot vērā

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  • 8 despite

    (in spite of: He didn't get the job despite all his qualifications.) par spīti; neraugoties uz
    * * *
    par spīti, lai gan

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  • 9 excepting

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

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  • 10 facing

    preposition (opposite: The hotel is facing the church.) pretī
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    pretējā lappuse; apmetums, apšuvums; rotājums; krāsainās uzšuves; pagrieziens uz vietas

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  • 11 including

    preposition The whole family has been ill, including the baby.) ieskaitot; to skaitā
    * * *
    ieskaitot, to skaitā

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  • 12 notwithstanding

    (in spite of: Notwithstanding the bad weather, the ship arrived on time.) neskatoties uz
    * * *
    taču, tomēr; kaut gan; neskatoties uz, par spīti

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  • 13 regarding

    preposition (about; concerning: Have you any suggestions regarding this project?) sakarā ar; attiecībā uz
    * * *
    attiecībā uz

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  • 14 respecting

    preposition (about; concerning: Respecting your salary, we shall come to a decision later.) attiecībā uz
    * * *
    attiecībā uz

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  • 15 throughout

    1) (in all parts of: They searched throughout the house.) visur; viscaur
    2) (from start to finish of: She complained throughout the journey.) viscaur; visu laiku
    * * *
    caurcaurēm, viscaur; pilnīgi

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  • 16 via

    (by way of: We went to America via Japan; The news reached me via my aunt.) caur
    * * *
    caur; ar

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  • 17 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.) ne-
    * * *
    ārpusē, ārā; vai ja ne; bez; ārpus, ārpusē

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  • 18 excluding

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

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  • 19 unto

    (an old word for `to'.)

    English-Latvian dictionary > unto

  • 20 about

    1. preposition
    (on the subject of: We talked about our plans; What's the book about?) par
    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.) gandrīz; aptuveni
    2) (in different directions; here and there: The children ran about (the garden).) tepat tuvumā
    3) (in or on some part (of a place etc): You'll find him somewhere about (the office).) kaut kur šeit
    4) (around or surrounding: She wore a coat about her shoulders; He lay with his clothes scattered about.) ap
    3. adverb
    ((in military commands etc) in the opposite direction: About turn!) apkārt!
    * * *
    apkārt; aptuveni, apmēram; netālu, tuvumā; gandrīz; par; ap, apmēram; apkārt, pa ; klāt, līdzi

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  • 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

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