Prepositions

Introduction
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 דֻּגְמָאוֹת
Play כ
kaf
as like
Play ל
lamed
to for
Play עַד
ad
until
Play לְמַעְלָה
lemala
up above
Play לְמַטָּה
lemata
down
Play לִפְנֵי
mikodem
before
Play מִתַּחַת
mitahat
below
Play עַל
al
on
Play עִם
eem
with
Play בַּחוּץ
baxutz
outside
Play אֶל
el
to
Play אַחֲרֵי
axarei
after
Play מֵעַל
me'al
above
Play בִּפְנִים
bifneem
inside
Play בְּלִי
be'lee
without
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