thereof for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD (ðeərɒv)
adverb [n ADV]
Thereof is used after a noun to relate that noun to a situation or thing that you have just mentioned. [formal] ⇒ ...his belief in God–or the lack thereof. ⇒ ...a charge of £5 per hour or part thereof.
And I am definitely not a Stilken or any other of the several hundredvariations thereof.Garth Nix LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYRSomething inside her wanted to say, `Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof ," but she didn't allow the words to pass her lips.Aird, Catherine A DEAD LIBERTYI trust you are well, too," or some trivialmodification thereof.Asimov, Isaac THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2"In fact I think we have more important things to discuss than the state of my soul or lack thereof.Gregory Maguire WICKED: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST