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This is a list of English prepositions. In English, some prepositions are short, typically containing six letters or fewer. There are, however, many multi-word prepositions. Throughout the history of the English language, new prepositions have come into use, old ones have fallen out of use, and the meanings of existing prepositions have changed. The prepositions generally remain a closed class.
Single words 
- an (see "a" for usage in front of consonants)
- apropos ("apropos of" is a common derived term)
- as (also an adverb and a conjunction)
- circa (sometimes abbreviated as "c." or "ca.")
- mid (from "amid". Usually used poetically.)
- midst (from "amidst". Usually used poetically.)
- near (also "nigh")
- notwithstanding (also used postpositionally)
- through, thru (informal)
- throughout, thruout (informal)
- till (same as "until", with prosodic restrictions)
- versus, commonly abbreviated as "vs.", or (principally in law or sports) as "v."
- vice, meaning "in place of"
- with (sometimes written as "w/")
- within (sometimes written as "w/in" or "w/i")
- without (sometimes written as "w/o")
Multiple words 
Two words 
- according to
- ahead of
- apart from
- as for
- as of
- as per
- as regards
- aside from
- back to
- because of
- close to
- due to
- except for
- far from
- in to (contracted as into)
- inside of (note that inside out is an adverb, not a preposition)
- instead of
- left of
- near to
- next to
- on to (contracted as onto)
- out from
- out of
- outside of
- owing to
- prior to
- pursuant to
- rather than
- regardless of
- right of
- subsequent to
- such as
- thanks to
- that of
- up to
- where as
Three words 
- as far as is one example of the many expressions which can be analyzed as as+adjective+as rather than a multiword preposition
- as opposed to
- as well as
Preposition + (article) + noun + preposition 
English has many idiomatic expressions that act as prepositions that can be analyzed as a preposition followed by a noun (sometimes preceded by the definite or, occasionally, indefinite article) followed by another preposition. Common examples include:
Archaic or infrequently used 
- anti (Greek loan word)
- apud (Latin loan word, restricted to use in scholarly works)
- contra (Latin loan word)
- cum (Latin loan word)
- froward or frowards or fromward
- gainst or 'gainst (from against)
- neath or 'neath (from beneath)
- pro (loan word)
- qua (loan word)
- re or in re (loan word)
- sans (loan word)
- 'twixt (from betwixt)
- unto (largely supplanted by to; used in some formal, religious, or archaic contexts)
- vis-à-vis (loan word)
Not fully grammaticized 
- concerning (alternate for "about", "with respect to")
- considering (alternate for "given")
- regarding (alternate for "about", "with respect to")
- respecting (alternate for "about", "with respect to")
- worth
Preposition-like modifiers of quantified noun phrases 
- ago as in "five years ago", sometimes considered an adverb rather than a postposition
- apart as in "this apart", also used prepositionally ("apart from this")
- aside as in "such examples aside", also used prepositionally ("aside from such examples")
- away as in "five light years away", sometimes considered an adverb or an adjective rather than a postposition
- hence as in "five years hence", sometimes considered an adverb rather than a postposition
- notwithstanding also used prepositionally
- on as in "five years on", also used prepositionally (some other prepositions can also be used in the same constructs, such as "in")
- through as in "the whole night through", also used prepositionally
- withal archaic as a postposition meaning with
- meaning "See definition 3 definition"
- Rodney Huddleston, Geoffrey K. Pullum et al. (2002). "chapter 7 §3.1". The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 618–620. ISBN 0-521-43146-8.
- anent definition
- betwixt definition
- ere definition
- forby definition
- fornenst definition
- outwith definition