Prepositions

Prepositions

Prepositions express spatial, temporal or conceptual relations relations between two objects. In English words like "with" and "for" are two examples.

They can also be referred to as adpositions, because not all languages place prepositions before the object (hence pre).

Examples

Examples

Play around
around
Play against
against
Play between
between
Play out
out
Play of
of
Play through
through
Play after
after
Play to
to
Play by
by
Play over
over
Play during
during
Play as
as
Play from
from
Play in
in
Play on
on
Play at
at
Play about
about
Play into
into
Play like
like
Play under
under
Play without
without
Play near
near
Play towards
towards
Play with
with
Play on one's person
on one's person
Play in the presence of
in the presence of
Play in times of
in times of
Play about, around
about, around
Play from behind
from behind
Play from below
from below
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