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thereof

adverb uk   /ˌðeəˈrɒv/  us   /ˌðerˈɑːv/ formal or specialized
of or about the thing just mentioned: Please refer to the Regulations and in particular Articles 99 and 100 thereof.
Translations of “thereof”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在其中…
in Russian этого, из этого…
in Turkish ...ile ilgili, ...ile benzer şeyler, söylenenlere ilişkin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在其中…
in Polish tego, jego…
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