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Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https//www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/for. Accessed 24 Jun. Accessed 24 Jun. for, accessed June 24, 2021, https//www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/for.Chicago: Retrieved June 24, 2021, from https//www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/forAPA: https//www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/for. Accessed 6/24/2021.Merriam-Webster" Keep scrolling for more. More Definitions for for. English Language Learners Definition of for. used to indicate the place someone or something is going to or toward. used to indicate the person or thing that something is sent or given to. used to indicate the thing that something is meant to be used with. See the full definition for for in the English Language Learners Dictionary. Kids Definition of for. Entry 1 of 2. 1: by way of getting ready Did you wash up for supper? 2: toward the goal or purpose of I'm' studying for the test.
for LEO: Übersetzung im Englisch Deutsch Wörterbuch.
for und since Das deutsche Wort seit hat im Englischen zwei mögliche Entsprechungen, nämlich for und since: For wird verwendet, wenn man sich auf eine Zeitdauer bezieht. Since wird zur Angab. Liste der Verben, bei denen for wegfallen kann Bei manchen Verben, die mit zwei Objekten verwendet werden, kann die Präposition for entfallen.
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For example, in the for statement in the following pseudocode fragment, when calculating the new value for Ai, except for the first with i 2 the reference to Ai 1 will obtain the new value that had been placed there in the previous step.
FOR preposition, conjunction definition and synonyms Macmillan Dictionary.
Red roses are for love. informal used for saying which person a particular thing, activity, or person would be suitable for. I just know this girl will be the one for you. Mountain climbing s not for me it looks too dangerous.
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From Middle English for, from Old English for for, on account of, for the sake of, through, because of, owing to, from, by reason of, as to, in order to, from Proto-Germanic furi for, from Proto-Indo-European preh. Cognate with West Frisian foar for, Dutch voor for, German für for, Danish for for, Swedish för for, Norwegian for for, Icelandic fyrir for, Latin per by, through, for, by means of and Romance language successors e.g.

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