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of

preposition   strong /ɒv/ weak /əv/
A1 belonging to or relating to someone or something de She is a friend of my cousin. I like the colour of her hair.
A1 used after words that show an amount de a bag of apples both of us
A1 containing de a glass of milk
A1 used with numbers, ages, and dates de a boy of six the 14th of February
A2 showing position or direction de the front of the queue a small town north of Edinburgh
A2 showing someone or something de a map of the city a photo of my boyfriend
A2 used when comparing related things de He’s the best-looking of the three brothers.
B1 showing a reason or cause de, por He died of cancer.
used after an adjective when judging someone’s behaviour (por parte) de It was very nice of you to think of us.
(Definition of of from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

of

preposition /əv/
belonging to de a friend of mine.
away from (a place etc); after (a given time) de within five miles of London within a year of his death.
written etc by de the plays of Shakespeare.
belonging to or forming a group de He is one of my friends.
showing de a picture of my father.
made from; consisting of de a dress of silk a collection of pictures.
used to show an amount, measurement of something de a gallon of petrol five bags of coal.
about de an account of his work.
containing de a box of chocolates.
used to show a cause de She died of hunger.
used to show a loss or removal de She was robbed of her jewels.
used to show the connection between an action and its object de the smoking of a cigarette.
used to show character, qualities etc de a man of courage.
(American) (of time) a certain number of minutes before (the hour) menos It’s ten minutes of three.
(Definition of of from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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