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in

preposition     /ɪn/
POSITION
A1 inside or towards the inside of a container, place, or area в There's milk in the fridge. a shop in South London He put his hand in his pocket.In and atEnclosing, surrounding and immersing
DURING
A1 during part or all of a period of time в, в течение, во время We're going to Italy in April. I started working here in 1993.Describing when something happened or will happenSimultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
USING TIME
A2 needing or using no more than a particular amount of time за, через I'll be ready in a few minutes.Relating to time
PART OF
A2 part of something на, в Who's the woman in the painting? There's a few spelling mistakes in your essay.Words meaning parts of things
JOB
involved in a particular kind of job в a career in publishing/politicsJobs, careers and professionsWorking
SUBJECT
B1 connected with a particular subject в, по a degree in philosophy advances in medical scienceRegarding and concerningLinking and relating
WEARING
B1 wearing в Do you know that man in the grey suit?Clothing - general words
EXPRESSED
B1 expressed or written in a particular way указывает на образ действия, передается твор. падежом, а в сочетании с сущ. -наречиями Complete the form in black ink. She spoke to him in Russian.Remarks and remarkingExpressing and asking opinionsSaying and utteringSaying again
ARRANGED
arranged in a particular way в, по We sat down in a circle. Is this list in alphabetical order?Patterns and shapes
EXPERIENCE
B1 experiencing an emotion or condition в She's in a bad mood this morning. The kitchen's in a terrible state.Experiencing and suffering
in all
B2 used to show the total amount of something всего, в общей сложности Some of the children came, so there were 15 of us in all.General
(Definition of in preposition from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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