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Translation of "for" - English-French dictionary

for

preposition /foː/
to be given or sent to pour This letter is for you.
towards; in the direction of pour We set off for London.
through a certain time or distance pendant; sur We were kept waiting for three hours Lucy walked for three miles.
in order to have, get, be etc pour He asked me for some money Go for a walk.
in return; as payment pour He paid $2 for his ticket.
in order to be prepared pour He’s getting ready for the journey.
representing pour He is the member of parliament for Hull.
on behalf of pour Will you do it for me?
in favour of pour Are you for or against the plan?
because of pour For this reason, I will not be investing in that business venture.
having a particular purpose pour She gave me money for the bus fare.
indicating an ability or an attitude to pour She has a talent for baking He has an ear for music.
as being pour They mistook him for someone else.
considering what is used in the case of pour It is quite warm for January (= considering that it is January when it is usually cold).
in spite of malgré For all his money, he didn’t seem happy.
(Definition of for from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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