Prepositional Vocabulary Set 7

Prepositional Vocabulary Set 7

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 J

Jab at: poke or push roughly.

Jab into: force something into.

Jabber away/on: talk rapidly in a confused manner.

Jack in: leave readily; abandon work, etc.

Jam on: apply suddenly and forcibly.

Jangle on: irritate by unpleasant noise.

Jar on: have harsh or unpleasant effect.

Jar with: be out of harmony; clash.

Jaw at: talk at length about faults, behavior, etc.

Jazz up: make more lively.

Jeer at: laugh at or mock somebody/something.

Jest with: speak or act without seriousness; make jokes.

Jib at: refuse to proceed with; be reluctant to do or accept something.

Jinx on: curse; bad luck.

Join up: meet and unit to form one group or thing.

Joke about: talk in a light-hearted, frivolous way; tell jokes.

Jolly up: Make bright and pleasant.

Jostle against: push roughly.

Jostle with: compete in forceful manner to gain.

Jot down: make quick, short written note.

Jubilant about/at: showing great happiness.

Judgement on: misfortune considered the punishment from God.

Juggle with: change arrangement constantly to achieve satisfactory result or to deceive people.

Jumble up: mix in a confused way.