Prepositional Vocabulary Set 17

Prepositional Vocabulary Set 17

Appropriate prepositions with nearest meaning:-

Very important prepositional use after various verbs and words with meanings. It is very useful the for the candidates giving competitive exams under Maharashtra Employment verbs and central Govt. Recruitments.

Words beginning with Y

Yack about: talk continuously and noisily

Yammer on: Talk noisily and continuously; complain about something

Yap at: utter short sharp barks

Yeardstick of: standard of comparison.

Yearn for: desire strongly; or with tenderness or comparison.

Yerning for: strong desire; tender longing

Yell at: utter loud sharp cry.

Yell with: utter a loud saharp cry, or cries as of pain, excitement etc.

Yield to: allow oneself to be overcome by pressure.

Yield up: reveal something; disclose something.

Yoke in: unite or form a bond between.

Yoke to: put a yoke on.

Yoke to/with: unite or form a bond between.

Young in: having little experience or practice in something.

Words beginning with Z

Zap off/around: move suddenly or quickly

Zeal for: energy or enthusiasm; keenness

Zero in: fix attention on; focuse on.

Zest for: gusto; great excitement or enjoyment.

Zip along: progress, move along, at a fast, lively pace.

Zip up: fasten with a zip

Zone off: make a separate zone of in a city or town.