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  1. for

    • IPA[fôr]

    美式

    • prep.
      in support of or in favor of (a person or policy);affecting, with regard to, or in respect of (someone or something)
    • conj.
      because; since
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語

    介系詞

    • 1. in support of or in favor of (a person or policy) they voted for independence in a referendum
    • 2. affecting, with regard to, or in respect of (someone or something) she is responsible for the efficient running of their department the demand for money
    • 3. on behalf of or to the benefit of (someone or something) these parents aren't speaking for everyone
    • employed by it was a good firm to work for
    • 4. having (the thing mentioned) as a purpose or function the necessary tools for making a picture frame she is searching for enlightenment
    • 5. having (the thing mentioned) as a reason or cause Aileen is proud of her family for their support I could dance and sing for joy
    • 6. having (the place mentioned) as a destination they are leaving for Swampscott tomorrow
    • 7. representing (the thing mentioned) the “F” is for Fascinating
    • 8. in place of or in exchange for (something) swap these two bottles for that one
    • charged as (a price) copies are available for only a buck
    • 9. in relation to the expected norm of (something) she was tall for her age warm weather for this time of year
    • 10. indicating the length of (a period of time) he was in prison for 12 years I haven't seen him for some time
    • 11. indicating the extent of (a distance) he crawled for 300 yards
    • 12. indicating an occasion in a series the camcorder failed for the third time

    連接詞

    • 1. literary because; since he felt guilty, for he knew that he bore a share of responsibility for Fanny's death
    • abbr
      foreign.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pref.
      denoting prohibition: forbid

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • pref.
      denoting prohibition: forbid

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      decide on something; choose something

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      decide on something; choose something

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      move or head towards a place

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      give a satisfactory record of something, typically money, that one is responsible for

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      give a satisfactory record of something, typically money, that one is responsible for

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[fɔː]

    英式

    • prep.
      in support of or in favour of (a person or policy): troops who had fought for Napoleon they voted for independence in a referendum
    • conj.
      because; since: he felt guilty, for he knew that he bore a share of responsibility for Fanny's death

    Oxford Dictionary