at

at
[æt]
preposition
(showing)
1) (position: They are not at home; She lives at 33 Forest Road) v(e)
2) (direction: He looked at her; She shouted at the boys.) na
3) (time: He arrived at ten o'clock; The children came at the sound of the bell.) v, za
4) (state or occupation: The countries are at war; She is at work.) v(e)
5) (pace or speed: He drove at 120 kilometres per hour.)
6) (cost: bread at $1.20 a loaf.) za
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• u
• v
• ve
• při

English-Czech dictionary. 2013.

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