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thereof

Line breaks: there¦of
Pronunciation: /ðɛːrˈɒv
 
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Definition of thereof in English:

adverb

formal
Of the thing just mentioned; of that: the member state or a part thereof
More example sentences
  • It is these which are sold packed in the familiar long boxes with a stem, or plastic imitation thereof, between the rows.
  • Civil marriage shall be defined in each state by the legislature or the citizens thereof.
  • A popular topic that recurs in the Monologues is that of sexual pleasure - or lack thereof.

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