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Dictionary French English: from

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de {prep}
dès {prep}
from [time]
à compter de {prep}  partir de telle date]from [a specific date or period in history]
à partir de {prep}from [temporal]
2 Words: Others
comm. météo. transp. en provenance de {prep}(coming) from
en face de {prep}across (from)
à part {adv} {prep}apart (from) [leaving aside]
hormis {adv}apart from
à part {prep} [sauf, excepté]apart from
en dehors de {prep}apart from
outre {prep}apart from [other than]
à l'écart de qn./qc. {adv}apart from sb./sth. [isolated]
loin (de qc.) {adv}away (from sth.)
exempt de {adj}exempt from
loin de {prep}far from
de ... àfrom ... to
à distance {adv} [dans l'espace]from afar
ethn. alsacien {adj} [personne]from Alsace
par-derrière {adv}from behind
d'en bas {adv}from below
de quoi {adv}from what
de quoi {adv}from which
consécutif à {prep} [résultant]resulting from
à l'abri de {prep}safe from
en amont de {prep} [montagne]uphill from
en amont de {prep} [rivière]upstream from
d'où {adv}where ... from
2 Words: Verbs
faire abstraction de abstain from sth.
tirer qc. de qc. [document]to abstract sth. from sth.
déboucher de qc. [personne, véhicule]to appear from sth.
être en provenance de be from ...
quémander qc. auprès de beg sth. from sb.
bénéficier de benefit from sth.
avoir bénéfice de benefit from sth.
emprunter qc. à borrow sth. from sb.
acheter qc. à qn. [chez lui]to buy sth. from sb.
fin. taper qn. [fam.]to cadge from sb. [Br.] [coll.]
être issu de qn./ come from sb./sth.
être issu de come from sth.
cacher qc. à conceal sth. from sb.
celer qc. à qn. [littéraire] [vieux]to conceal sth. from sb.
induire qc. de conclude sth. from sth.
confisquer qc. à confiscate sth. from sb.
remonter à qc. [dans le passé]to date from sth.
arguer qc. de deduce sth. from sth.
fin. retrancher qc. de deduct sth. from sth.
détourner qn. de deflect sb. from sth.
exiger qc. de demand sth. from sb.
être issu de qn./ derive from sb./sth.
provenir de derive from sth.
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