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  • 1 preposition

    n. preposition (grammatik)
    * * *
    [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.) preposition

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  • 2 excluding

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

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  • 3 about

    adv. omkring; ungefär; i närheten
    --------
    prep. om, angående; nära, bredvid
    * * *
    1. preposition
    (on the subject of: We talked about our plans; What's the book about?) om
    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.) ungefär
    2) (in different directions; here and there: The children ran about (the garden).) runtomkring, hit och dit
    3) (in or on some part (of a place etc): You'll find him somewhere about (the office).) någonstans i närheten
    4) (around or surrounding: She wore a coat about her shoulders; He lay with his clothes scattered about.) runt, omkring
    3. adverb
    ((in military commands etc) in the opposite direction: About turn!) helt om!

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  • 4 around

    adv. runt omkring; i närheten
    --------
    prep. runt; omkring
    * * *
    1. preposition, adverb
    1) (on all sides of or in a circle about (a person, thing etc): Flowers grew around the tree; They danced around the fire; There were flowers all around.) runt [], överallt
    2) (here and there (in a house, room etc): Clothes had been left lying around (the house); I wandered around.) här och där, runt
    2. preposition
    (near to (a time, place etc): around three o'clock.) runt, omkring
    3. adverb
    1) (in the opposite direction: Turn around!) runt, om
    2) (near-by: If you need me, I'll be somewhere around.) i närheten

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  • 5 which

    adj. vilken?, vilket?, vilka?; vem?; hur?, på vilket sätt?
    --------
    pron. vilken?, vilket?, vilka?; vilken som; den som; som
    * * *
    [wi ] 1. adjective, pronoun
    (used in questions etc when asking someone to point out, state etc one or more persons, things etc from a particular known group: Which (colour) do you like best?; Which route will you travel by?; At which station should I change trains?; Which of the two girls do you like better?; Tell me which books you would like; Let me know which train you'll be arriving on; I can't decide which to choose.) vilken, vilket, vilka, vem
    2. relative pronoun
    ((used to refer to a thing or things mentioned previously to distinguish it or them from others: able to be replaced by that except after a preposition: able to be omitted except after a preposition or when the subject of a clause) (the) one(s) that: This is the book which/that was on the table; This is the book (which/that) you wanted; A scalpel is a type of knife which/that is used by surgeons; The chair (which/that) you are sitting on is broken; The documents for which they were searching have been recovered.) som
    3. relative adjective, relative pronoun
    (used, after a comma, to introduce a further comment on something: My new car, which I paid several thousand pounds for, is not running well; He said he could speak Russian, which was untrue; My father may have to go into hospital, in which case he won't be going on holiday.) som, vilket,... och i så fall
    - which is which? - which is which

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  • 6 who

    n. världshälsoorganisationen
    * * *
    [hu:] 1. pronoun
    ((used as the subject of a verb) what person(s)(?): Who is that woman in the green hat?; Who did that?; Who won?; Do you know who all these people are?) vem
    2. relative pronoun
    1) ((used to refer to a person or people mentioned previously to distinguish him or them from others: used as the subject of a verb: usually replaceable by that) (the) one(s) that: The man who/that telephoned was a friend of yours; A doctor is a person who looks after people's health.) som
    2) (used, after a comma, to introduce a further comment on a person or people: His mother, who was so proud, gave him a hug.) som
    3. pronoun
    1) (no matter who: Whoever rings, tell him/them I'm out.) vem som än
    2) ((also who ever) used in questions to express surprise etc: Whoever said that?) vem i all sin dar/all (världen)...?
    4. relative pronoun
    (used as the object of a verb or preposition but in everyday speech sometimes replaced by who)
    1) ((used to refer to a person or people mentioned previously, to distinguish him or them from others: able to be omitted or replaced by that except when following a preposition) (the) one(s) that: The man (whom/that) you mentioned is here; Today I met some friends (whom/that) I hadn't seen for ages; This is the man to whom I gave it; This is the man (whom/who/that) I gave it to.) som
    2) (used, after a comma, to introduce a further comment on a person or people: His mother, who was so proud of him, gave him a hug.) som

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  • 7 aboard

    adv. ombord, på
    * * *
    [ə'bo:d]
    adverb, preposition
    (on(to) or in(to) (a means of transport): We were aboard for several hours; He went aboard the ship/train/aircraft.)

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  • 8 above

    adj. ovanstående, ovannämnda
    --------
    adv. ovanför, över; däröver, dessutom; ovan
    --------
    n. ovanstående, ovannämnda
    --------
    prep. över; ovanför; mer än
    * * *
    1. preposition
    1) (in a higher position than: a picture above the fireplace.) över, ovanför
    2) (greater than: The child's intelligence is above average.) över
    3) (too good for: The police must be above suspicion.) höjd över
    2. adverb
    1) (higher up: seen from above.) ovanifrån
    2) ((in a book etc) earlier or higher up on the page: See above.) ovan
    - above all

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  • 9 across

    adv. från sida till sida; över, tvärsöver; på andra sidan; till andra sidan
    --------
    prep. på; över; på andra sidan
    * * *
    [ə'kros] 1. preposition
    1) (to the other side (of); from one side to the other side of: He took her across the road.) över
    2) (at the other side (of): The butcher's shop is across the street.) på andra sidan
    2. adverb
    (to the other side or to the speaker's side: He dived in off the river-bank and swam across.) till andra sidan, över

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  • 10 adverb

    n. adverb (grammatisk term)
    * * *
    ['ædvə:b]
    (a word used before or after a verb, before an adjective or preposition, or with another adverb to show time, manner, place, degree etc: Yesterday he looked more carefully in the box, and there he found a very small key with a hole right through it.) adverb
    - adverbially

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  • 11 after

    adj. efter
    --------
    adv. efteråt; sedan
    --------
    conj. efter det att
    --------
    prep. efter; bakom; enligt någon, enligt något; angående
    * * *
    1. preposition
    1) (later in time or place than: After the car came a bus.) efter
    2) (following (often indicating repetition): one thing after another; night after night.) efter
    3) (behind: Shut the door after you!) efter, bakom
    4) (in search or pursuit of: He ran after the bus.) efter
    5) (considering: After all I've done you'd think he'd thank me; It's sad to fail after all that work.) efter
    6) ((American: in telling the time) past: It's a quarter after ten.) över
    2. adverb
    (later in time or place: They arrived soon after.) därefter, efter[]
    3. conjunction
    (later than the time when: After she died we moved house twice.) sedan, efter [] att
    - afterthought
    - afterwards
    - after all
    - be after

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  • 12 against

    prep. mot; emot; vid, intill
    * * *
    [ə'ɡenst]
    1) (in opposition to: They fought against the enemy; Dropping litter is against the law (= illegal).) mot
    2) (in contrast to: The trees were black against the evening sky.) mot
    3) (touching or in contact with: He stood with his back against the wall; The rain beat against the window.) mot
    4) (in order to protect against: vaccination against tuberculosis.) mot

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  • 13 along

    adv. tillsammans med
    --------
    prep. längs, utmed
    * * *
    [ə'loŋ] 1. preposition
    1) (from one end to the other: He walked along several streets; The wall runs along the river.) längs, utmed, utefter
    2) (at a point at the end or on the length of: There's a post-box somewhere along this street.) längs, utmed, utefter
    2. adverb
    1) (onwards or forward: He ran along beside me; Come along, please!) med
    2) (to the place mentioned: I'll come along in five minutes.) dit, över
    3) (in company, together: I took a friend along with me.) tillsammans med

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  • 14 alongside

    adv. vid sidan; långsides; bredvid
    --------
    prep. vid sidan av; långsides med
    * * *
    preposition, adverb (beside or close to (the side of a ship, a pier etc): He berthed alongside his friend's boat.) bredvid, jämsides

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  • 15 amid

    prep. mitt i; mitt bland
    * * *
    [ə'mid(st)]
    (in the middle of; among: Amid all the confusion, the real point of the meeting was lost; amidst the shadows.) mitt i, mitt ibland

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  • 16 amidst

    prep. mitt i; mitt bland
    * * *
    [ə'mid(st)]
    (in the middle of; among: Amid all the confusion, the real point of the meeting was lost; amidst the shadows.) mitt i, mitt ibland

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  • 17 among

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

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  • 18 amongst

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

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  • 19 as

    adv. som, liksom
    --------
    conj. i motsats till; angående
    * * *
    [æz] 1. conjunction
    1) (when; while: I met John as I was coming home; We'll be able to talk as we go.) när, medan
    2) (because: As I am leaving tomorrow, I've bought you a present.) eftersom, då
    3) (in the same way that: If you are not sure how to behave, do as I do.) som, på samma sätt som
    4) (used to introduce a statement of what the speaker knows or believes to be the case: As you know, I'll be leaving tomorrow.) som
    5) (though: Old as I am, I can still fight; Much as I want to, I cannot go.) fastän, hur... än
    6) (used to refer to something which has already been stated and apply it to another person: Tom is English, as are Dick and Harry.) liksom
    2. adverb
    (used in comparisons, eg the first as in the following example: The bread was as hard as a brick.) lika
    3. preposition
    1) (used in comparisons, eg the second as in the following example: The bread was as hard as a brick.) som
    2) (like: He was dressed as a woman.) som
    3) (with certain verbs eg regard, treat, describe, accept: I am regarded by some people as a bit of a fool; He treats the children as adults.) som
    4) (in the position of: He is greatly respected both as a person and as a politician.) som, i egenskap av
    - as if / as though
    - as to

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  • 20 astride

    adv. grensle, bredbent
    --------
    prep. grensle över, med ett ben på varje sida
    * * *
    1. preposition
    (with legs on each side of: She sat astride the horse.)
    2. adverb
    ((with legs) apart: He stood with legs astride.) bredbent

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