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Aşağıdaki tablo en genel preposition anlamlarını vermektedir. Her anlam için bir örnek verilmiştir.

1. On the subject of:  This is a story
about elephants.
2. Approximately:  He is
about ten years old.

1. Higher than; over:  The plane flew
above the clouds.
2. Earlier on a page:  There is a heading
above each diagram.

1. From one side to the other:  We walked
across the field.
2. On the other side of:  There is a store
across the street.

1. Later in time:
after ten o’clock; after lunch
2. Later in a series:  Q comes
after P in the alphabet.
3. In pursuit of:  The dog ran
after the cat.

1. In opposition to:  Theft is
against the law.
2. Touching; supported by:  I leaned my bicycle
against the wall.

1. Following the length of:  We walked
along the road.

1. Within a group:  The money was shared
among three people.

NOTE: Resmi İngilizce’de, AMONG genellikle sadece ikiden fazla kişi veya nesne söz konusu olduğunda kullanılır. BETWEEN ise iki kişi veya şey için kullanılır.

1. Circling something:  We walked
around the block.
2. Surrounding:  There is a fence
around the garden.
3. In different parts of:  I looked
around the house for the keys.
4. In the other direction:  We turned
around and went back home.
5. Approximately:  He is
around six feet tall.

1. A specific location:
at 23 Chestnut Street; at the park
2. A point in time:
at 5 o’clock; at Christmas
3. A condition:
at peace; at war; at rest
4. An activity:
at work; at school; at play
5. Towards:  Look
at someone; wave at someone

NOTE: Hususi bir yer veya zamanda bir an kastedildiğinde genellikle AT kullanılır. Belirgin bir cadde veya bir gün kastedildiğinde genellikle ON kullanılır. Yer bir bölge olarak kullanılıyorsa veya zaman birimi bir gün daha genişse genellikle IN kullanılır.
e.g. at Christmas; on Christmas day; in the Christmas holidays

1. Earlier in time:
before two o’clock; before Christmas
2. Earlier in a series:  S comes
before T in the alphabet.

1. At the back of:  The little girl hid
behind her mother.
2. Late:  I am
behind in my work.
3. Cause; origin:  Who was
behind that idea?

1. Lower than; under:
below freezing; below sea level
2. Later on a page:  Footnotes are provided
below the text.

1. Lower than; below:
beneath the earth

1. Next to; at the side of:  I sit
beside her in class.

1. Also; as well as:  We study other languages
besides English.

NOTE: BESIDE ve BESIDES arasındaki farka dikkat ediniz. Beside ile genellikle fiziksel mekan /yer kastedilir.

1. An intermediate location:  Toronto lies
between Montreal and Vancouver.
2. An intermediate time:
between Christmas and New Year’s Day
3. Intermediate in a series:  B comes
between A and C in the alphabet.
4. An intermediate amount:
between five and ten people
5. Within a group of two:  The money was shared
between two people.

1. Farther than:  The mountains lie
beyond the horizon.
2. Further than; exceeding:  That was
beyond my expectations.

1. Except:  I have read all
but the last chapter.

Note: But is used more often as a conjunction than as a preposition.

1. Near:  a house
by the sea
2. Past:  He waved as he drove
by the house.
3. Not later than:  Try to finish the work
by next week.
4. In units of:  cheaper
by the dozen; sold by weight
5. Through the means of:  travel
by plane; written by him

NOTE: By genellikle edilgen çatıda (Passive Voice) kullanılır..

1. Connected with; about:  He studies everything
concerning trees.

1. In spite of:  We walked downtown
despite the rain.

1. To a lower position:  The ball rolled
down the hill.
2. Further along:  He lives
down the street.

1. Throughout a period:  She works
during the day.
2. Sometime within a period:  An accident occurred
during the night.

1. Not including:  I have visited everyone
except him.

1. Duration of time:  We walked
for two hours.
2. Distance:  I walked
for five kilometers.
3. Purpose:  I bought this jacket
for you.
4. In the direction of:  She left
for New York.
5. In favor of:  We are
for the proposal.
6. Considering:  The boy is clever
for his age.

1. Place of origin:  We left
from Boston; he comes from Mexico
2. Start of a period of time:
from now on; from yesterday until today
3. Start of a range:
From 20 to 30 people were present.
4. Cause:  He suffers
from nervousness.
5. Source:  I first heard the story
from you.

1. Place thought of as an area:
in London; in Europe
2. Within a location:
in the room; in the building
3. Large units of time:  That happened
in March, in 1992.
4. Within a certain time:  I will return
in an hour.
5. By means of:  write
in pencil; speak in English
6. Condition:
in doubt; in a hurry; in secret
7. A member of:  He is
in the orchestra; in the navy
8. Wearing:  the boy
in the blue shirt
9. With reference to:  lacking
in ideas; rich in oil

1. Within:  They are
inside the house.

1. To the inside of:  We stepped
into the room.
2. Change of condition:  The boy changed
into a man.

1. Resembling:  That looks
like him.
2. Appearing possible:  It looks
like rain.
3. Be in a suitable mood for:  I feel
like going swimming.

1. Less:  Three
minus two equals one.

1. Close to:
near the school; near the ocean

1. Location:  east
of here; the middle of the road
2. Possession:  a friend
of mine; the sound of music
3. Part of a group:  one
of us; a member of the team
4. Measurement:  a cup
of milk; two meters of snow

1. Not on; away from:  Please keep
off the grass.
2. At some distance from:  There are islands
off the coast.

1. Touching the surface of:
on the table; on the wall
2. A certain day:  That happened
on Sunday, on the 6th of June.
3. A certain street:
on South Street
4. About:  a book
on engineering
5. A state or condition:
on strike; on fire; on holiday
6. By means of:  live
on a pension; shown on television

1. To a position on:  The child climbed
onto the table.

1. Facing:  The library is
opposite the fire station.

Out of
1. To the outside of:  She went
out of the room.
2. From among:  We won two games
out of three.
3. Motive:  We spoke to them
out of politeness.
4. Material:  The bridge is made
out of steel.
5. Beyond:
out of control; out of danger

1. On the outer side of:
outside the house
2. Beyond the limits of:
outside my experience

1. Above; higher than:  There are cupboards
over the sink.
2. Covering:  We spread an extra blanket
over the bed.
3. Across:  I jumped
over a puddle.
4. More than:  It cost
over ten dollars; it took over an hour
5. During:  I saw him several times
over the past week.
6. By means of:  We made plans
over the telephone.

1. Up to and beyond:  I walked
past the house.
2. After (in time):  It was
past 2 o’clock; half past two
3. Beyond:
past belief

1. For each:  60 kilometers
per hour; price per liter

1. With the addition of:  Six
plus four equals ten.

1. From a specific time in the past:  I had been waiting
since two o’clock.
2. From a past time until now:  I have been waiting here
since noon.

Note: Because of its meaning, the preposition since is usually used in combination with a perfect tense. It should be noted that the preposition for can also be used with a perfect tense. However, when used with reference to time, for is usually followed by a phrase referring to a period of time; whereas since is usually followed by a phrase referring to a specific time.
e.g. I have known him
for six months.
I have known him
since January.
In the first example,
for is followed by six months, which refers to a period of time. In the second example, since is followed by January, which refers to a specific time.

1. Across; from end to end of:  the main road
through town
2. For the whole of a period:  I slept
through the night.
3. By means of:  Skill improves
through practice.

1. In every part of:
throughout the world
2. For the whole of a period:
throughout the winter

Note: Till can be used instead of until. However, at the beginning of a sentence, until is usually used.

1. In the direction of:  Turn
to the right.
2. Destination:  I am going
to Rome.
3. Until:  from Monday
to Friday; five minutes to ten
4. Compared with:  They prefer hockey
to soccer.
5. With indirect object:  Please give it
to me.
6. As part of infinitive:  I like
to ski; he wants to help.
7. In order to:  We went to the store
to buy soap.

Toward (or Towards)
1. In the direction of:  We walked
toward the center of town.
2. Near; just before (time):  It rained
towards evening.

1. Beneath:
under the desk; under the trees
2. Less than:
Under 100 people were present.
3. In circumstances of:
under repair; under way; under discussion

1. Below, under:
underneath the carpet

1. Up to a certain time:  She will stay
until Friday; until 5 p.m.

Note: On and upon have similar meanings. Upon may be used in certain expressions, as in once upon a time, and following certain verbs, as in to rely upon someone.

1. To a higher place:  We went
up the stairs.
2. In a higher place:  She lives
up the hill.

Up to
1. As far as:
up to now; I have read up to page 100.
2. Depending on:  The decision is
up to you.
3. As good as; ready for:  His work is
up to standard.

1. Against (sports, legal):  The next game is England
versus Australia.

1. By way of:  He went to Los Angeles
via San Francisco.

1. Accompanying:  He came
with her; I have my keys with me.
2. Having; containing:  Here is a book
with a map of the island.
3. By means of; using:  I repaired the shoes
with glue.
4. Manner:
with pleasure; with ease; with difficulty
5. Because of:  We were paralyzed
with fear.

1. Inside of:
within twenty minutes; within one kilometer

1. Not having:  Do not leave
without your coat; without money


Below are examples of idioms consisting of prepositional phrases. The following selection of idioms emphasizes those used in North American English. The meaning of each idiom is indicated after the colon.

not at all: not in any way
at all times: always
at any rate: whatever happens
keep someone at arm’s length: avoid becoming closely involved with someone
at close quarters: very near
at one’s disposal: to be used as one wishes
at a distance: not near
at fault: causing something wrong
at first: at the beginning
see at a glance: see immediately
at hand: near; readily available
at last: finally, after some delay
at a loss: uncertain what to do or say
at the mercy of: without defense against
at the moment: now
at once: immediately
at present: now
at rest: not moving
at risk: threatened by danger or loss
at short notice: with little warning
at stake: to be won or lost
at a stretch: continuously
at that rate: under those circumstances
at this point: at this place; at this moment
at the wheel: in control

behind the scenes: (of persons) influencing events secretly; (in a theater) behind the stage
behind schedule: not on time

be beside oneself: lose one’s self-control
beside the point: irrelevant

read between the lines: deduce a meaning that is not actually expressed

beyond help: unable to be helped
beyond a joke: too annoying to be amusing
beyond reproach: perfect; blameless

by accident: not deliberately
by all means: by any possible method
bit by bit: gradually
by chance: by accident; without planning
by courtesy of: with the help or permission of
win by default: win because of lack of competition
by degrees: gradually
perform by ear: perform (music) by listening to the sound, without referring to written music
by hand: without the use of machinery
by heart: from memory
little by little: gradually
by means of: by using
by mistake: accidentally
by no means: not at all
one by one: one at a time
by oneself: alone
side by side: beside one another
by the way: incidentally (used to introduce an unrelated topic of conversation)
by word of mouth: orally

once and for all: for the last time (e.g. used when giving someone a final warning)
for certain: definitely; without doubt
for a change: for the sake of variety
for example: as an illustration
for fun: for the sake of enjoyment
for good: permanently
for good measure: in addition to the necessary amount
for instance: for example; as an illustration
for keeps: (colloquial) permanently
for a living: as a profession
for now: temporarily
run for office: compete for an elected position
for one thing: because of one reason (out of several)
for the sake of: for the benefit of; for the purpose of
for sale: intended to be sold
for sure: definitely (more colloquial than for certain)
food for thought: something which makes one think
play for time: delay doing something in the hope that the situation will improve
for the time being: until some other arrangement is made
ask for trouble: act in a dangerous or foolish way
for a while: for a period of time
word for word: exactly as said or written

from afar: from a distance
from all sides: from all directions
from head to foot: (of a person) completely; all over
from scratch: from the beginning
from time to time: occasionally

in addition to: as well as
in advance: before
be in agreement with: have the same opinion as
in any case: whatever happens
in brief: in a few words
in bulk: (of goods) in large amounts; not in packages
be in charge of: have responsibility for
in common: shared by all members of a group
in control: having the power to direct something
in the course of: during
in danger: likely to be harmed
in a daze: unable to think clearly; confused
in debt: owing money
in demand: (of goods or persons) desired by many people
in depth: (investigate something) thoroughly
in detail: (explain something) thoroughly
in disgrace: regarded with disapproval because of having done something wrong
in the distance: far away
in doubt: uncertain
in duplicate: so that there are two identical copies (of a document)
in earnest: seriously; in a determined way
in effect: (of rules) operating
in the end: finally
in fact: in reality; really
in fashion: fashionable; accepted as being the most desirable and up to date
in favor of: supporting (an idea)
in flames: burning, with visible flames
in a flash: very quickly; suddenly
in full: without omitting anything
in general: usually; as a whole
hand in hand: (of persons) holding hands; (of related situations) occurring together
in a hurry: trying to accomplish something quickly
in jest: as a joke
in kind: (payment) in goods rather than in money
in itself: without reference to anything else
in league with: (of persons) joined together with (usually for a dishonest purpose)
be in the limelight: be the focus of attention; receive great publicity
in the long run: in the end; eventually
in the long term: looking ahead to the distant future
leave someone in the lurch: abandon someone who is in a difficult situation
be in the minority: be in the smaller of two groups
in mint condition: (of manufactured goods) perfect; brand-new
in a minute: soon
in a moment: soon; quickly
set something in motion: start something going
nip something in the bud: put an end to something before it gets properly started
in no time: very soon; very quickly
in order of: arranged according to
in order to: for the purpose of
in part: to some degree
in particular: especially
in power: (of a political party) holding office
in practice: able to do something well because of recent practice; in reality (opposite of in theory)
in print: (of a book) printed and available from the publisher
in private: not in front of other people
in public: openly; not in private
in reality: really
in reserve: saved for later use
in retrospect: looking back over past events
in return for: as repayment for
be in the right: be correct
in season: (of fruit or vegetables) readily available at that time of year
in a second: soon; quickly
in short supply: scarce; not easily obtainable
in sight: able to be seen
in stock: (of goods at a store) present and available
in that case: if that is true
in theory: ideally; according to theoretical considerations
be in time: not be late
in touch with in: communication with; informed about
in triplicate: so that there are three identical copies (of a document)
be in trouble: be in a difficult situation; be blamed or punished for doing something wrong
in tune: at the correct pitch
act in unison: act together
in vain: without success
in the vicinity of: near
once in a while: occasionally
in words of one syllable: (explain something) clearly and simply
in working order: able to function properly
in the wrong: responsible for an error; guilty

inside out: with the inner side out; thoroughly

paint oneself into a corner: take a course of action which greatly narrows one’s future choices of action
go into hiding: hide oneself
get into a rut: get into a fixed and uninteresting way of life
get into trouble: get into a difficult situation; do something deserving blame or punishment

of course: certainly; as one would expect; as everyone knows
hard of hearing: somewhat deaf
next of kin: nearest relative or relatives
of one’s own accord: voluntarily; on one’s own initiative
of one’s own free will: voluntarily; by choice
one’s point of view: one’s opinion about something
right of way: public right to use a path or road; (of road traffic) right to proceed before others
rule of thumb: a simple way to calculate what procedure to follow, based on extensive experience, rather than on theoretical considerations

go off the air: (of radio or television) stop broadcasting
off duty: not engaged in one’s regular work
off one’s hands: no longer one’s responsibility
off and on: from time to time
off the record: say something privately, that is not to be officially recorded
off the track: following a wrong line of thought or action

on account of: because of
be on the air: (of radio or television) be in the process of broadcasting
on the alert: ready to act
be on all fours: (of a person) be on hands and knees
on the average: usually; normally
on behalf of: for; in the interests of
on board: on a ship or airplane
on business: as part of one’s work
on condition that: only if; provided that
on demand: when asked for
on display: being exhibited
on duty: engaged in one’s regular work
on fire: burning
to go on foot: to walk
be on one’s guard: be alert and ready to meet an attack
on hand: available
on loan: lent and not yet returned
shoot on location: (of a movie) film in natural surroundings, not in a studio
on the lookout: watchful
put something on the map: cause something to become well-known
get on one’s nerves: annoy; irritate
on no account: absolutely not
on the one hand: (used to introduce one side of an argument)
on one’s own: alone; without help
act on one’s own initiative: act independently, without orders from anyone else
on order: requested but not yet delivered
on the other hand: (used to introduce a contrasting side of an argument)
act on principle: do something to support a policy
on purpose: deliberately
go on record: say something which is to be officially recorded
on sale: being sold at a lower price than usual
on schedule: at the correct time; as planned or predicted
on second thoughts: after thinking further about something
on a shoestring: with a very small amount of money
be on the spot: be where important events are taking place; be placed in an awkward situation
on the spur of the moment: on a sudden impulse
go off on a tangent: change suddenly to a new line of thought or action
on time: at the correct time
walk on tiptoe: walk on the toes and balls of the feet
accept something on trust: accept something without proof
on the verge of: very close to; about to
on the whole: taking everything into consideration

Out of
out of the blue: unexpectedly
out of breath: (after running) panting from a shortage of oxygen
out of character: unlike a person’s known character
out of control: not able to be regulated or guided
out of danger: safe
out of date: no longer used; old-fashioned; (of news) no longer true
out of debt: having paid one’s debts
be out of one’s depth: be unable to handle a situation because of lack of experience
out of doors: in the open air; not in a building
out of fashion: not fashionable; not presently in common use
out of hand: not under control
out of harm’s way: safe
out of line with: in disagreement with
be out of one’s mind: be insane
out of order: not functioning properly; (at a formal meeting) not behaving according to the rules
out of the ordinary: unusual
out of place: unsuitable
out of practice: unable to do something as well as one has in past, because of lack of recent practice
out of print: (of a book) no longer available from the publisher
out of proportion: too big or too small; not having the appropriate relationship to something
out of the question: impossible; not to be considered
out of season: (of fruit or vegetables) not readily available at that time of year
out of shape: (of persons) not in top condition because of lack of exercise
out of sight: hidden, not able to be seen
out of stock: (of goods at a store) temporarily unavailable
out of style: not fashionable
out of touch: with not in communication with; not informed about
out of town: having temporarily left town
out of trouble: not in trouble
out of tune: not at the correct pitch
out of work: no longer having employment

to all intents and purposes: in all important ways
to a certain extent: partly
to date: so far; until now
up to date: current; modern
see eye to eye with: agree entirely with
take something to heart: be much affected by something
made to measure: exactly suitable; (of clothes) made for a certain person
keep something to oneself: not tell anyone
to the point: relevant

under age: below the age of being legally permitted to do something
be under arrest: be held prisoner and charged with wrongdoing
under the auspices of: with the patronage of; supported by
under one’s breath: in a whisper
under the circumstances: because this is true
under consideration: being thought about
under control: able to be regulated or guided
under cover of: protected by; undetected because of
under fire: being shot at; being criticized
under the impression that: having the idea that
be under the influence of: be affected by
be under oath: have sworn to tell the truth
under observation: being watched carefully
under restraint: prevented from doing something

have something up one’s sleeve: have a secret idea or plan in reserve

with impunity: without risk of injury or punishment
with the naked eye: without using a magnifying lens
with no strings attached: (of help given) with no conditions; to be used freely
take with a pinch of salt: not believe completely
with regard to: concerning; about
with respect to: concerning; about
tarred with the same brush: having the same faults
with a vengeance: very much; more than usual

within limits: to a certain extent; not too much
within living memory: within the memory of people now alive

go without saying: be obvious


The following are examples of nouns which are usually followed by certain prepositions. In the case of phrases which are idioms, the meanings of the phrases are indicated in brackets.

take precautions against  
have affection for make allowances for
have compassion for an excuse for
a reason for have a reputation for
have respect for have sympathy for
have a talent for lie in wait for (ambush)
pave the way for (prepare for)  
absence from  
have confidence in have faith in
have an interest in take part in
make progress in  
have insight into  
have an abhorrence of an acknowledgement of
take advantage of take care of
take command of evidence of
an example of an excess of
make a fool of make fun of (ridicule)
have an impression of a lack of
neglect of a number of
a pair of be part of
a possibility of make a practice of (do often)
a proof of a quantity of
recognition of a recollection of
a result of run the risk of (risk)
catch sight of (see suddenly) a sign of
a survey of a symbol of
a symptom of a token of
make use of a way of
wash one’s hands of (stop caring  
about and dealing with)  
an attack on dependence on
make an impression on play a joke on
shed light on (explain) have pity on
have access to pay attention to
an objection to a reply to
a response to lay siege to (besiege)
shut one’s eyes to (deliberately  
ignore a problem)  
Toward or Towards  
animosity toward(s) an attitude toward(s)
have a connection with find fault with (criticize)
fall in love with change places with



In some cases different prepositions can be used without causing a change in meaning. For instance, the following examples both have the same meaning.
e.g. I was angry at them.
I was angry with them.

However, in many cases, the use of different prepositions causes a change in meaning. For instance, the past participle protected is typically followed by the preposition from. However, like many other past participles, protected may also be followed by the preposition by, where by serves to introduce the performer of the action expressed by the past participle.
e.g. The city is protected from the soldiers.
The city is protected by the soldiers.
The first example indicates that the soldiers are a threat to the city; whereas the second example indicates that the soldiers are protecting the city.

The following are examples of predicate adjectives and past participles of verbs in the Passive Voice which are usually followed by certain prepositions. In addition, it should be kept in mind that most verbs in the Passive Voice can be followed by a phrase beginning with the preposition by.

anxious about concerned about
curious about depressed about
doubtful about enthusiastic about
excited about happy about
pleased about wrong about
worried about  
adept at alarmed at
amazed at overjoyed at
shocked at surprised at
torn between  
accompanied by caused by
guided by manufactured by
obsessed by written by
blamed for eligible for
famous for fit for
known for late for
noted for praised for
punished for qualified for
ready for responsible for
ripe for sorry for
suitable for  
absent from apart from
derived from descended from
detached from different from
distinct from exempt from
far from isolated from
omitted from protected from
removed from safe from
separated from  
absorbed in disappointed in
engaged in immersed in
interested in involved in
accused of afraid of
ashamed of aware of
capable of certain of
composed of conscious of
convinced of deprived of
devoid of fond of
ignorant of independent of
jealous of proud of
regardless of reminded of
sure of suspicious of
suspected of terrified of
tired of worthy of
based on dependent on
intent on  


acceptable to accessible to
accustomed to adapted to
addicted to adjacent to
attached to attributable to
close to committed to
comparable to dedicated to
detrimental to devoted to
due to equal to
equivalent to essential to
exposed to faithful to
favorable to foreign to
impervious to indifferent to
indispensable to inferior to
kind to loyal to
next to obedient to
obliged to oblivious to
opposed to parallel to
partial to peculiar to
preferable to prior to
proportional to reconciled to
reduced to related to
relative to relevant to
resigned to resistant to
restricted to senior to
sensitive to similar to
subject to subordinate to
suited to superior to
susceptible to tied to
Toward or Towards  
protective toward(s)  
acquainted with affiliated with
associated with besieged with
compared with compatible with
confronted with consistent with
covered with cursed with
exasperated with familiar with
finished with identified with
infatuated with patient with
pleased with satisfied with
synonymous with threatened with



The following are examples of verbs which are often followed by certain prepositions.

care about complain about
forget about lie about (tell a lie)
reminisce about talk about
think about wonder about
worry about  
discriminate against protest against
react against rebel against
turn against  
aim at bark at
connive at frown at
gaze at glare at
growl at hint at
look at point at
shoot at smile at
snap at sneer at
stare at wave at
wink at  
apply for apologize for
beg for blame for
budget for hope for
long for look for
mourn for pay for
plead for pose for
pray for prepare for
press for register for
search for shop for
substitute for vouch for
wait for wish for
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Yazan: Ocak 25, 2011 in İngilizce Konular


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