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preposition /əv/
belonging to
von
a friend of mine.
away from (a place etc); after (a given time)
von
within five miles of London within a year of his death.
written etc by
von
the plays of Shakespeare.
belonging to or forming a group
von
He is one of my friends.
showing
von
a picture of my father.
made from; consisting of
aus
a dress of silk a collection of pictures.
used to show an amount, measurement of something
mit
a gallon of petrol five bags of coal.
about
von
an account of his work.
containing
mit
a box of chocolates.
used to show a cause
an
She died of hunger.
used to show a loss or removal
Genitiv
She was robbed of her jewels.
used to show the connection between an action and its object
Genitiv
the smoking of a cigarette.
used to show character, qualities etc
mit
a man of courage.
(American) (of time) a certain number of minutes before (the hour)
vor
It’s ten minutes of three.
(Definition of of from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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