Bedeutung von “without” — Learner’s Dictionary


preposition us uk /wɪˈðaʊt/
Extra Examples
The ceremony went without a hitch.I'm not going out without my umbrella again - I've learnt my lesson!Climbing that mountain is near impossible without ropes.He took the car without permission.She left without uttering a word.

A2 not having, using, or doing something:

I did the test without any problems.
I can't see without my glasses.
He went to school without eating any breakfast.

A2 not with someone:

You can start the meeting without me.
go/do without (sth)

to not have something important:

They went without sleep for three days.

(Definition von “without” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)