1. In conformity with
2. As stated or attested by
3. Depending on
1. Behind in place
2. Subsequent to in time or order
3. Subsequent to and in view of
4. So as to resemble
1. In contact with
2. Playing in opposition to
3. Opposed to
4. In contrast to
In accordance with; according to
1 — used as a function word to indicate presence or occurrence in, on, or near
2 — used as a function word to indicate the goal of an indicated or implied action or motion
3 — used as a function word to indicate that with which one is occupied or employed
4 — used as a function word to indicate situation in an active or passive state or condition
5 — used as a function word to indicate the means, cause, or manner
6 a — used as a function word to indicate the rate, degree, or position in a scale or series b — used as a function word to indicate age or position in time
ETYM Old Eng. bi, AS. bî, big, near to, by, of, from, after, according to; akin to OS. and OFries. bi, be, Dutch bij, Old High Germ. bî, German bei, Goth. bi. Related to Be-.
(Homonym: buy, bye).
1. Next to.
2. In front of.
3. A preposition indicating the author of an act.
1. By the means or agency of; through
2. With respect to every member of a specified group; for each
3. According to — often used with as
In carrying out; in conformity with; according to
ETYM AS. tô.
(Homonym: too, two).
1. A function word to indicate direction toward.
2. A function word to indicate the recipient of an action, as in an indirect object.
3. A function word to indicate an upper limit.
4. A function word to indicate time before the hour.
5. A function word to indicate quantities.
6. A function word used in infinitives.
1. In the direction of.
2. With respect to.
1. Below or beneath so as to be overhung, surmounted, covered, protected, or concealed by
2. Subject to the authority, control, guidance, or instruction of
3. Receiving or undergoing the action or effect of
4. Within the group or designation of
5. Having as name or title
6. Less or lower than (as in size, amount, or rank); especially; falling short of a standard or required degree
ETYM Old Eng. unto; un- (only in unto, until) unto, as far as + to to; os. und until, conj. (cf. os. untoe unto, Old High Germ. unzi), Goth. und unto, until. Related to To, Until.
To; -- now used only in antiquated, formal, or scriptural style.
1. In opposition to; against
2. In respect to; so far as concerns
3. On the side of; for
4. As well as
5. Inclusive of
6. In the judgment or estimation of
7. In or according to the experience or practice of
8. In possession of; having
9. In the possession or care of
10. Characterized or distinguished by
11. In proportion to