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PREP (表示对象)为了，给，对于 If something is for someone, they are intended to have it or benefit from it.
Isn't that enough for you?...
I have some free advice for you.
PREP 受雇于 If you work or do a job for someone, you are employed by them.
I knew he worked for a security firm...
Have you had any experience writing for radio?
PREP 代表(群体或组织) If you speak or act for a particular group or organization, you represent them.
She appears nightly on the television news, speaking for the State Department.
...the spokesman for the Democrats.
PREP 帮助;为了 If someone does something for you, they do it so that you do not have to do it.
If your pharmacy doesn't stock the product you want, have them order it for you...
I hold a shop door open for an old person...
PREP 替…(感到);为…(感到) If you feel a particular emotion for someone, you feel it on their behalf.
This is the best thing you've ever done – I am so happy for you!...
He felt a great sadness for this little girl.
PREP (表示情感的对象)对 If you feel a particular emotion for someone or something, they are the object of that emotion, and you feel it when you think about them.
John, I'm sorry for Steve, but I think you've made the right decisions...
Mack felt a pitiless contempt for her.
PREP 供…之用;为…所需 You use for after words such as 'time', 'space', 'money', or 'energy' when you say how much there is or whether there is enough of it in order to be able to do or use a particular thing.
Many new trains have space for wheelchair users...
It would take three to six hours for a round trip...
往返行程需要 3 到 6 个小时。
PREP 供(销售、租用等) If something is for sale, hire, or use, it is available to be sold, hired, or used.
...fishmongers displaying freshwater fish for sale...
Skis are available for hire on a daily basis.
PREP (表示用途或目的)为了，用来 You use for when you state or explain the purpose of an object, action, or activity.
...drug users who use unsterile equipment for injections of drugs...
The knife for cutting sausage was sitting in the sink.
PREP (置于名词后)因为，由于 You use for after nouns expressing reason or cause.
He's soon to make a speech in parliament explaining his reasons for going...
The county hospital could find no physical cause for Sumner's problems...
CONJ-SUBORD (引导从句)因为，为了 You can use for to introduce a clause which gives the reason why you made the statement in the main clause.
He had a great desire to have a home of his own for he had always lived with my grandmother.
PREP 因为;以…为原因 You can use for to introduce the cause of the fact that you have just mentioned.
...doing jobs that others turn down for lack of skill...
They cannot sleep for hunger.
PREP (用于条件句中)如果不是为了，要不是 For is used in conditional sentences, in expressions such as 'if not for' and 'were it not for', to introduce the only thing which prevents the main part of the sentence from being true.
If not for John, Brian wouldn't have learned the truth...
The earth would be a frozen ball if it were not for the radiant heat of the sun...
PREP (表示时间)持续 You use for to say how long something lasts or continues.
The toaster remained on for more than an hour...
For a few minutes she sat on her bed watching the clock...
PREP (表示距离)延伸 You use for to say how far something extends.
We drove on for a few miles...
Great clouds of black smoke were rising for several hundred feet or so.
PREP 花费;以…的价钱 If something is bought, sold, or done for a particular amount of money, that amount of money is its price.
We got the bus back to Tange for 30 cents...
我们花了 30 美分坐公共汽车回到坦格。
The Martins sold their house for about 1.4 million pounds...
马丁夫妇把他们的房子卖了 140 万英镑。
PREP 在(指定的时间) If something is planned for a particular time, it is planned to happen then.
...the Welsh Boat Show, planned for July 30–August 1...
预定于 7 月 30 日至 8 月 1 日期间举办的威尔士船展
Marks & Spencer will be unveiling its latest fashions for autumn and winter...
PREP 在，为了(某个场合) If you do something for a particular occasion, you do it on that occasion or to celebrate that occasion.
He asked his daughter what she would like for her birthday...
I'll be home for Christmas.
PREP 去;前往 If you leave for a particular place or if you take a bus, train, plane, or boat for a place, you are going there.
They would be leaving for Rio early the next morning.
PREP 对…来说 You use for when you make a statement about something in order to say how it affects or relates to someone, or what their attitude to it is.
What matters for most scientists is money and facilities...
For her, books were as necessary to life as bread...
PREP (用于形容词、名词和动词短语后，引出其后动词不定式的主语) After some adjective, noun, and verb phrases, you use for to introduce the subject of the action indicated by the following infinitive verb.
It might be possible for a single woman to be accepted as a foster parent...
I had made arrangements for my affairs to be dealt with by one of my children...
PREP 就…而言(表示相对来说不寻常) You use for when you say that an aspect of something or someone is surprising in relation to other aspects of them.
He was tall for an eight-year-old...
对一个 8 岁的孩子而言，他长得很高。
He had too much money for a young man.
PREP 愿意做;打算从事;想要 If you say that you are for a particular activity, you mean that this is what you want or intend to do.
Right, who's for a toasted sandwich then?...
'What'll it be?' Paul said. —'I'm for halibut.'
PREP 为…喜欢;对…适合 If you say that something is not for you, you mean that you do not enjoy it or that it is not suitable for you.
Wendy decided the sport was not for her...
Not for me the settled life...
PREP (表示负有责任或享有权利)由… If it is for you to do something, it is your responsibility or right to do it.
I wish you would come back to Washington with us, but that's for you to decide...
It is not for me to arrange such matters.
PREP 支持;同意 If you are for something, you agree with it or support it.
Are you for or against public transport?...
I'm for a government that the people respect and that respects the people...
PREP (用于 argue, case, evidence, vote 等词后，引出所支持或被证明之事) You use for after words such as 'argue', 'case', 'evidence', or 'vote' in order to introduce the thing that is being supported or proved.
Another union has voted for industrial action in support of a pay claim...
The case for nuclear power is impressive...
PREP (置于某些名词、形容词或动词后，引出更多信息或与某性质、事物或行为相关的事物) For is the preposition that is used after some nouns, adjectives, or verbs in order to introduce more information or to indicate what a quality, thing, or action relates to.
Reduced-calorie cheese is a great substitute for cream cheese...
Car park owners should be legally responsible for protecting vehicles...
PREP 以…命名 To be named for someone means to be given the same name as them.
The Brady Bill is named for former White House Press Secretary James Brady...
Ayer started N. W. Ayer & Son in 1869, naming the firm for his father.
艾尔在1869 年成立了 N. W. 艾尔父子公司，公司以他父亲的名字命名。
PREP (与 every 连用，引出比率)每…(就有…) You use for with 'every' when you are stating a ratio, to introduce one of the things in the ratio.
For every farm job that is lost, two or three other jobs in the area are put at risk...
Where there had been one divorce for every 100 marriages before the war, now there were five.
战前每100对夫妇中有一对离婚，现在则是 5 对。
PREP (用于比较)每镑对每镑/每英里对每英里 You can use for in expressions such as pound for pound or mile for mile when you are making comparisons between the values or qualities of different things.
...the Antarctic, mile for mile one of the planet's most lifeless areas...
He insists any tax cut be matched dollar-for-dollar with cuts in spending.
PREP (意思)相当于，等于 If a word or expression has the same meaning as another word or expression, you can say that the first one is another word or expression for the second one.
The technical term for sunburn is erythema...
Cancer is derived from the Greek word for crab, karkinos.
cancer 这个词派生自希腊语中表示螃蟹的 karkinos 一词
PREP (引出可在其他地方找到的信息)至于，对于 You use for in a piece of writing when you mention information which will be found somewhere else.
For further information on the life of William James Sidis, see Amy Wallace, 'The Prodigy'.
PHRASE (尽管有不同意见或实际困难)完全赞成,坚信 If you say that you are all for doing something, you agree or strongly believe that it should be done, but you are also often suggesting that other people disagree with you or that there are practical difficulties.
I am all for cutting carbon dioxide emissions, but that would be much more easily achieved by giving subsidies to windpower, than with nuclear power...
He is all for players earning what they can while they are in the game...
PHRASE 会惹麻烦;要闯祸 If you are in for it or, in British English, if you are for it, you are likely to get into trouble because of something you have done.
PHRASE 首次/最后一次 You use expressions such as for the first time and for the last time when you are talking about how often something has happened before.
He was married for the second time, this time to a Belgian...
For the first time in my career, I was failing.