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List of prepositions

List of prepositions

A
about
above
across
after 
against
ahead of
along
amid
amidst
among
around
as
as far
as of
aside from
B
barring
because of
behind 
before
below
beneath
beside
besides
between
beyond
but
by means of
C
circa
concerning
D
despite
down
during
E
except
except for
F
far from
following
for
from
I
in
in case of
in front of
in place of
in spite of
including 
inside
instead of
into
L
like
M
minus
N
near
next to
O
of
off
on
on behalf of
on top of
onto
opposite
out
out of
outside
over
P
past
plus
prior to
R
regarding
regardless of
S
since
T
than
through
till
to
toward
towards
U
under
underneath
unlike
until
up
upon
V
versus
via
W
with
with regard to
within
without

See also:
Prepositions of time

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