nach

Meanings

1.
to, toward
(for most geographical names as well as cardinal directions)
2.
after
(preposition)
Opposite (closest): vor
3.
like, "reminischent of"
(for comparisons of taste, smell annd sound)
4.
according to
(as a post-position, so it comes AFTER the object which is in Dative)
5.
for
(In many combinations with verbs where "nach" connects the "target". This ties in with "to, toward".)

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Vocab:

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Word Family

Root\: unknown (or not yet entered)

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