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Related to prepositionally: propositionally


Relating to or used as a preposition.

prep′o·si′tion·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.prepositionally - as a preposition
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[ˌprepəˈzɪʃənəlɪ] ADVcomo preposición
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It cannot be excluded that the past tense forms of the copula ul'ems, being used prepositionally, were in prosodic conditions that differed from those in postposition--owing to this factor, they acquired the stem ul'n(e)-.
prepositionally telling, as of suggests internalized essence where for
(10) If, however, one tries to ignore all the intertextual references, no matter how striking they may be, and only reads, or rather hears /Daneri,/ regardless of the written word, one ends up with a strange Italian / da neri./ Translated verbatim, this means something like "he/she/it gives blacks," or prepositionally, "at/from/of/by/through blacks," or "at the blacks." Against this background--heard, that is--the character Daneri becomes associated with some form of blackness.