Prepositions after Verbs

Click a verb to see what prepositions are usually used after it in English


nibble on, at, around, as or by?

  • But see that you nibbled on less calorie-filled foods.
  • Women born under this sign are always nibbling at something or the other.
  • Pumpkin Seeds For Health Benefits! So Halloween time, or anytime, save those precious pumpkin seeds! Delicious dried, or roasted and added to a variety of dishes, or simply nibbled as a snack.
  • It is this hybrid nature that is being picked apart, our ailment is akin to being nibbled to death by ducks.

nestle in, on, between, among or within?

  • I left the hospital safely nestled in my mother's womb.
  • Nestled on the southern shore of Garadice Lake,.
  • It is not uncommon to see small shrines nestled between large shopping centers.
  • Nestled among wig-weavers and butter-churn repair shops, even those sad little booths hawking iPod cases will look like emissaries from a brilliant Tomorrowland.
  • Burundi is nestled against the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, with its capital Bujumbura at the northern tip.
  • S President Barack Obama nestled amongst the sheep and baby Jesus.
  • A large outdoor park, the resort covers 45 acres of beautiful forest and lakeland nestled at the foot of the Wicklow mountains and the Blackstairs mountains ranges.
  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I spent Christmas in a remarkable place called Buta, nestled into a landscape of gentle hills in southern Burundi.
  • These Apps are nestled within our Dynamic Shell environment.
  • Tugu Bali Hotel Tugu Bali is nestled amidst lush paddy fields near Batu Bolong Temple, one of Bali's most sacred temples.
  • A group of monkey family nestling under the tree shades.
  • Kings Park is a large park nestled beside the CBD featuring a large botanic garden, lots of greenspace and even some natural bush to walk through.
  • Boasting a stunning location overlooking Strangford Lough, nestled amid woodlands, gardens and the beauty of.
  • Nestled beneath North Brother Mountain, the two towns are separated by the Camden Haven River and there are plenty of great picnic and fishing spots along both shorelines.
  • A narrow path was nestled near the hilly area.

"nag at", "nag for" or "nag about"?

  • It must not nag them as it nags at you.
  • My mom is constantly nagging about my looks.
  • It was designed not to help parents cope with their children's nagging, but to help corporations formulate their ads and promotions so that children would nag for their products more effectively.
  • Then he'd return home to be nagged by his mother to tidy his room.
  • Some major brands still haven't grasped this, despite our constant nagging - and nagging from others too we would guess.
  • She nagged in the house all day and if she met any resistance, banged the door on us and marched straight to Malate Church to confess.
  • They had a game tomorrow, and God knew Vctor would nag like a fishwife if he didn't get a good night's sleep.

"narrate by", "narrate from" or "narrate on"?

  • It has been narrated by Salama b.
  • It has been narrated on Abdullah b.
  • As narrated from Imam-e-Zamana (a.
  • This story was narrated in Hayat al-Sahabah, 3/149.
  • Ibn Jabir said: Ruzaiq narrated to me this hadith.
  • It has been narrated through a different chain of transmitters.
  • The book narrates about a new kind of capitalism and enterprise based on the selflessness of people which Prof Yunus calls social business.

negate by, because, from, in or with?

  • All principles of gravity are negated by fear.
  • All the appropriate uses of the law should not be negated because of the cases of abuse.
  • But the Skoda weighs less than the Noble, of course, so any kind of energy deficiency it may suffer on paper is instantly negated in reality, right? Wrong.
  • The previous barrier of Blippar and QR codes is having to download an app but this is negated with this concept.

necessitate by, at, after, because or due?

  • Its emphasis on this aspect was, however, necessitated by the arrogance of the Arabs of those days who.
  • The second I would judge as not requiring a fearful response but is a risk necessitating at the least caution, at the most protective attire.
  • From my experience, its harder to get an organization to adapt to change when it is necessitated because of market place failure.
  • The bypoll to the Nellore Lok Sabha seat was necessitated following the resignation of Congress Lok Sabha MP Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, who also switched loyalties to the YSR Congress President.
  • Health Certificates are necessitated in those states requiring one.

nourish by, in, with, on or for?

  • Keep it nourished by messaging with warm oil.
  • Individualization should be nourished in school? standardization is for factories.
  • While I love the dignity and majesty of the High Mass, sometimes, I feel more spiritually nourished with a small and intimate Low Mass.
  • In Korea there had developed the extraordinary spectacle of two contending armies, each nearly surrounded by hostile forces and each nourished from afar.
  • Sprouting from the top is a delicate hand-cut tin plant specimen, thus positing humanity as a potential life source, as nourishing rather than destructive.

"nominate for" or "nominate by"?

  • He was initially nominated for 8.
  • Entrants must be nominated by a member of EuroFM.
  • Also nominated in the category are CareerGuidance.
  • He was nominated as a deputy governor by providence.
  • Michelle has been recently nominated to the Young Presidents Organisation.
  • Jennifer Lawrence hopes she gets nominated at the Oscars next year for her performance in ' Silver Linings Playbook '.
  • I sincerely hope that we have all been listening to Eva Lokko's presentations all over the media landscape since she was nominated during the week to run with Dr Nduom.
  • A gift one gives after saying ' this many nuns have been nominated from the nuns ' Community ', this is the seventh offering to a Community.
  • The payment will be paid directly into the bank account you nominated on your application form and will show on your statement as?? DfC?? Seniors Card Rebate?

nod in, to, at, with or along?

  • Several parents nodded in agreement.
  • Then Richard raises his chin and nods to me.
  • They nod at us but do not speak.
  • She nodded with some kind of **27;2162;TOOLONG look.
  • He takes it well, nodding as to accept.
  • Releasing his grip on William, he nodded toward the outermost row of huts.
  • The whole 15 pounds, the gym, your crackerjack ex, and ultimately recognising that he's not the one for you, had me nodding like crazy.

"nurture by" or "nurture in"?

  • The seeds of totalitarian regimes are nurtured by misery and want.
  • These future leaders of the nation are being nurtured in a corrupt environment.
  • The Indian firm may not have the vision to go beyond the existing list of contacts that they have nurtured over time.
  • These young students are musically nurtured through children's songs and games.
  • It is grown, developed, fed and nurtured with care.
  • How each intelligence is nurtured during the first years of life will also affect how that intelligence develops within its given possibilities.
  • Maybe it's as simple as reconnecting with the safety of the womb, where we felt the comfort of being fully supported and nurtured for the first time.
  • So it is now implodingand being consumed by the medieval and tribal hatred it nurtured against India.
  • Woman is made to nurture as the male they marry sometimes acts like a baby, mostly so when they are sick.

"neglect by" or "neglect in"?

  • Many there feel neglected by the Pakistani state.
  • However, one part of the globe often neglected in any conversation about jazz is Africa.
  • The house was in need of repairs after having been neglected for many years.
  • It will not neglect to, though.
  • In some sense this fact has been neglected as the result of what may be described as optical illusion.
  • Ablution system Majestic Mosques are often neglected of facilities that tarnishes its magnificence.
  • Her food and health requirements are neglected during and after pregnancy.
  • Purchase and Restoration of The Concert Hall: 1996 In 1996 the Talbot House Association had the opportunity to buy the Concert Hall, a building which had been neglected over the years.
  • Not to say that these themes were neglected on the rock opera albums, rather that these ideas are now the heart of the album.

"navigate to" or "navigate through"?

  • Swipe to the left to navigate to the next page.
  • Motorcycles navigate through traffic easier.
  • The site is simple enough to navigate with a simple white and orange theme.
  • For the Australians, Pizzati drove and was navigated by Page.
  • In all cases I had no problems navigating in both directions and found your design easy and intuitive.
  • You'll use these to navigate around the browser, as you would on a regular computer.
  • None of them hold any magic qualities that will navigate for you.
  • On Magic Mouse, navigate between tabs with a one-finger swipe.
  • It's no wonder that we feel distracted when, as soon as you land on a web page, the designer and the tech guy who've built it, invite you to navigate away from it.
  • Confusing and hard to navigate on purpose.
  • I think it was wrong to exclude the GPS from the assessment, but it was right to test if we could navigate without one.
  • The itinerary navigates along Beaujolais, Cotes du Rhone &; Chateauneuf-du-Pape with of course tastings and cellar visits.
  • These should have been the flying machines, navigated at great heights with the aid of quicksilver with a great propulsive wind.
  • The recovery period over the last five years since the global recession has become even more difficult to navigate due to distress in the Eurozone and fiscal tightening around the world.
  • You can use the device to navigate from your current location to another location.
  • When I log into it, I only see our page, no search bar, no left sidebar, no way to navigate into fb.
  • The question is how to navigate out of this mess.
  • Why? Because the apps don't let me navigate outside their parameters.
  • Unfortunate vessels were wrecked when they tried to navigate over the submerged breakwater debris.
  • Beyond the curb, which is barely visible because of the hawkers ' equipment, one sees a man trying to navigate past what appears to be a badly potholed street.
  • LS4 is a support team for professional athletes to help them navigate throughout their life phases and transitions.

"notify of" or "notify by"?

  • Clubs will be notified of these fixtures.
  • Winner will be notified by August 20th.
  • The Department must be notified in advance of departure.
  • Defects must be notified to us after discovery without undue delay.
  • Notify on App close: If you enable this option, you will be notified when your timer reaches zero seconds.
  • Those you invite to look at them will be notified via a push notification.
  • The tracking on amazon remained at carrier notified for 4 days.
  • Neighbours within 20m of your property will be notified within two days of works commencing.
  • Through Robi Missed Call Alert Service, Robi users will be notified about all the missed calls (i.
  • According to the report, Lahore Commissioner Jawad Rafiq left for Turkey tour despite the severity of the situation and DCO Ahad Cheema had been notified as the commissioner in the absence of Rafiq.
  • Voters also approved a ballot measure that would require that the parents of minors seeking abortions be notified before the procedure is performed.
  • That you can notify from the suggestions, although, there's actually absolutely nothing to it.
  • A party and B party both will be notified through only SMS.
  • Yadav 's, notified under other backward classes are the major group in rift with all the other castes categorized as extremely backward.

negotiate with, for, in, on or by?

  • We must not negotiate with terrorists.
  • Negotiating for a product review takes time.
  • Rizzo said they would negotiate in October.
  • I will take 30%of the 50k a year, but can negotiate on that.
  • The credit is negotiated by drawing of drafts.
  • For example, parents and children can negotiate about meal times.
  • The user and transport protocol may need to negotiate as to the quality or type of service to be provided.
  • Somaliland's freedom and recovery of its sovereignty was neither negotiated at a conference table nor granted by fiat, and it will not be surrendered on any terms.
  • The final stage -- the fourth in all -- was 105kms with four climbs; cat 2, cat 2, cat 1 &; a final cat 2 to be negotiated before the race was won.
  • In 1983 a unique barter fuel agreement was negotiated between Aer Rianta and the U.
  • There was an important meeting all day long today and sources say that the two companies who had been negotiating over the pricing, management issue have finally reached an agreement.
  • Some of your treatments can be quite taxing, making the added stress of negotiating through traffic inadvisable.

notice in, by, about, on or to?

  • Beauty would be the last thing that i will notice in a woman.
  • Get yourself noticed by following these tips.
  • The first thing we noticed about St.
  • I have noticed on ebay they speak of LCD Projector Bulbs.
  • We can only issue notices to an address on our register.
  • And some mistakes can only be noticed with on-board cam.
  • Just the act of stopping and noticing for a few minutes.
  • I also noticed from your photos that when you say oven, you've used a microwave.
  • Didn't notice at the time, but in the aftermath.
  • I have noticed over the years how quickly rivers rise and quickly they fall once more.
  • Many employees will have extra rights to notice under their contract of employment.
  • I think Blogger just notices after a bit and makes the link.
  • However I noticed as the week progressed that various items were missing.
  • This is great news for developers since it is nearly impossible to get noticed among 700,000 competing apps.
  • Everyone relieves stress in their own way, but here are some of the more common ones I've noticed around rez.
  • Such quiescence periods have been noticed before many large earthquakes.
  • People often have problems with notice of dismissal.
  • Maryknollers were debating and presenting new models because they had noticed since 1947 that during the catechumenate program many people were very active and excited.
  • And the biggest problem is that these supposed contexts were not noticed upon the creation of the bible, but rather, were conveniently discovered whenever some egregious error was pointed out.

"note in", "note for" or "note by"?

  • As I began to note in RISKS-27.
  • As noted by Michael Meskon, product netrivialen.
  • Note for these two steps, USBController.
  • Fees: Fees are as noted on the entry form.
  • Note to my executors: destroy all records.
  • The original key is always noted with an asterix.
  • Fat tissue was noted at the base of the lesion.
  • We have been trying to obtain a copy of the original note from Chase since late 2010.
  • Note about CDMA: Some pockets of the world have CDMA network coverage but no GSM network coverage.
  • They are named on the mortgage and Note as the originator.
  • The bottom line, as noted during the week by Elaine Byrne's bears repeating.
  • If you're looking for a way to take the humble Post-it note into the 21st century, this is as good a way to do it as we've seen.
  • It is two notes of the same pitch.