from+one+place+to+another

  • 1from one place to another — From premises owned by one person to premises owned by another person in some legal subdivision or from one legal subdivision to another …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 2from one place to another — From premises owned by one person to premises owned by another person in some legal subdivision or from one legal subdivision to another …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 3One-place study — One place studies are a branch of family history with a focus on the entire population of a single village or community, not just a single, geographically dispersed family line. Contents 1 Introduction 2 Development 3 Family reconstitution …

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  • 4from A to B — From one point or place to another • • • Main Entry: ↑A * * * from A to B phrase from one place to another What’s the cheapest way of getting our products from A to B? Thesaurus: words used to describe journeyshyponym …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 5from pillar to post — {adv. phr.} From one place to another many times. * /Sarah s father changed jobs several times a year, and the family was moved from pillar to post./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 6from pillar to post — {adv. phr.} From one place to another many times. * /Sarah s father changed jobs several times a year, and the family was moved from pillar to post./ …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 7one-way — adj [usually before noun] 1.) a one way street is one in which vehicles are only allowed to travel in one direction ▪ the town s one way system 2.) especially AmE a one way ticket is for travelling from one place to another but not back again ≠… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 8one-way — adjective 1. ) with cars traveling in one direction only: a one way street/system one way traffic a ) a one way ticket allows you to travel from one place to another but not back again ─ opposite ROUND TRIP 2. ) a one way relationship, agreement …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 9from point A to point B — from (point) A to (point) B : from one place to another I don t care about the scenery. I m only interested in getting from A to B. • • • Main Entry: ↑a from (point) A to (point) B see ↑a, 1 …

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  • 10from A to B — from one place to another What s the cheapest way of getting our products from A to B? …

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  • 11from pillar to post — ► from pillar to post from one place to another in an unsatisfactory manner. Main Entry: ↑pillar …

    English terms dictionary

  • 12from pillar to post — from one place to another in an unceremonious or fruitless manner. → pillar …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 13from — [[t]frəm, STRONG frɒm, AM frʌm[/t]] ♦ (In addition to the uses shown below, from is used in phrasal verbs such as date from and grow away from .) 1) PREP If something comes from a particular person or thing, or if you get something from them,… …

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  • 14One Power — In The Wheel of Time fantasy series by Robert Jordan, the One Power is the force that maintains the continuous motion of the Wheel of Time. It comes from the True Source, and it is separated into two halves: saidin /saɪˈd …

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  • 15from pillar to post — adverb from one place or situation to another (Freq. 1) we were driven from pillar to post • Syn: ↑hither and thither * * * phrasal : from one place or one situation to another : hither and thither the libr …

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  • 16one-way — 1) ADJ: ADJ n In one way streets or traffic systems, vehicles can only travel along in one direction. ...Gotham s maze of no thoroughfares and one way streets. 2) ADJ: usu ADJ n One way describes journeys which go to just one place, rather than… …

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