מִן, מִתוֹך, מִ-, מֵאֵת, שֶׁל, מֵאָז, מִידֵי, מִנִי
Preposition(1) indicating the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action starts.(2) indicating the point in time at which a particular process, event, or activity starts.(3) indicating the source or provenance of someone or something.(4) indicating the starting point of a specified range on a scale.(5) indicating the point at which an observer is placed.(6) indicating the raw material out of which something is manufactured.(7) indicating separation or removal.(8) indicating prevention.(9) indicating a cause.(10) indicating a source of knowledge or the basis for one's judgment.(11) indicating a distinction.
(1) they travelled from July until Christmas(2) Who measured the distance from Earth to Mars and did they have to make sure the tape measure was rigid?(3) He spoke pityingly, as if saving a bewildered tourist from a cultural faux pas.(4) Can you actually speak from medical experience to use this as a basis of comparison?(5) The whole place has been redecorated and looks quite different from how I remember it.(6) A site on Infirmary Road was rejected because of its distance from the city centre.(7) The data obtained from the analysis of polar structure is illustrated in Table XIV.(8) It is five miles from St Andrews and a similar distance from a variety of beaches and scenic towns.(9) the party was ousted from power after sixteen years(10) The local rivals make the short journey across the border from Lancashire today.(11) she began to walk away from him(12) I leapt from my bed(13) This means 185 of the schools in the county are now benefiting from this technology.(14) here are some samples for you to choose from(15) Other sanctuaries of Demeter in Greece were located at some distance from town centres.(16) For nearly a decade a group of people exiled from power during the Clinton years had been making plans.
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2. to ::
3. since ::
4. out of ::
5. of ::
6. off ::
7. due to ::
8. because of ::
9. on account of ::
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11. by virtue of ::
12. beyond ::
13. beside ::
14. animus ::
15. butt ::
16. change one's mind ::
19. because ::
20. forasmuch as ::
מכיון ש כפי
Word Example from TV Shows
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l was there FROM 7 to about 1 0.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 8
And I promised him I'd keep you
FROM doing anything impulsive.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 6
I borrowed it FROM
my cousin Antonio, FROM Madrid.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6
to save her FROM pain down the road.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 5
It must be on the permit
FROM when you built your deck.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14
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