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Definition of "de" []

  • Of; from: occurring as part of some personal names and originally indicating place of origin
  • To do. (verb)

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  • Of, from (preposition)

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Use "de" in a sentence
  • "No está claro si el mundo se acabará o entraremos a una "nueva etapa de florecimiento espiritual", pero ¡de que se destruye, se destruye!"
  • "In his _Popius_ eam in ludibrium vertit, &c. Sed eximius Poeta neque in veteribus suæ ipsius linguæ, nedum Græcæ monumentis versatus, tantum scilicet de antiqua illa litera vidit, quantum _de Shakespearii_"
  • "While in St. Petersburg, she had given him money to buy some gift for Anna, so he planned to take both of them many beautiful things, and _une cave de parfums_ as a gift _de nez a nez_."