apropos of
preposition Date: 1746 with regard to ; concerning

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  • apropos of — variant UK US Main entry: apropos …   Useful english dictionary

  • apropos of — {prep.}, {formal} In connection with; on the subject of, about; concerning. * /Apropos of higher tuition, Mr. Black told the boy about the educational loans that banks are offering./ * /Mr. White went to see Mr. Richards apropos of buying a car./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • apropos of — {prep.}, {formal} In connection with; on the subject of, about; concerning. * /Apropos of higher tuition, Mr. Black told the boy about the educational loans that banks are offering./ * /Mr. White went to see Mr. Richards apropos of buying a car./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • apropos\ of — prep. formal In connection with; on the subject of, about; concerning. Apropos of higher tuition, Mr. Black told the boy about the educational loans that banks are offering. Mr. White went to see Mr. Richards apropos of buying a car …   Словарь американских идиом

  • apropos of — idi with reference to: apropos of your idea[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • apropos of — preposition Concerning; with regard to; about; apropos …   Wiktionary

  • apropos of — See: apropos I …   English dictionary

  • apropos of nothing — apropos of nothing, she started speaking only in rhyme Syn: irrelevantly, arbitrarily, at random, for no reason, illogically …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • apropos of nothing — having no relevance to any previous discussion or situation. → apropos …   English new terms dictionary

  • apropos of nothing — IRRELEVANTLY, arbitrarily, at random, for no reason, illogically. → apropos …   Useful english dictionary

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