Definition of 'apart from'
Example sentences containing 'apart from'
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I have sustained no physical injury apart from a bump on the head. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)Not a lot was happening, apart from phase three of an international drugs operation. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)It was all money due to go out to the shipowners in the New Year... apart from my two per cent. BLOOD IS DIRT (2002)
Trends of 'apart from'
Very Common. apart from is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'apart from'
British English: apart from /əˈpɑːt frɒm/ PREPOSITION
You use apart from when you are giving an exception to a general statement.
The room was empty apart from one man sitting beside the fire.
- American English: apart from
- Arabic: بِخِلَافِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: exceto
- Chinese: 除...之外
- Croatian: bez obzira na
- Czech: kromě
- Danish: bortset fra
- Dutch: behalve
- European Spanish: aparte de
- Finnish: lukuun ottamatta
- French: à part
- German: abgesehen von
- Greek: εκτός από
- Italian: eccetto
- Japanese: ･･･は別として
- Korean: ...은 제쳐 놓고
- Norwegian: bortsett fra
- Polish: oprócz
- European Portuguese: exceto
- Romanian: cu excepțiaîn afară de
- Russian: кроме
- Spanish: aparte de
- Swedish: bortsett från
- Thai: นอกจาก
- Turkish: dışında ondan ayrı olarak
- Ukrainian: крім
- Vietnamese: ngoài ra
Definition of apart from from the Collins English Dictionary
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