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from US English

Indicating the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action starts

by all accounts US English

According to what one has heard or read

be like getting blood out of a stone US English

Be extremely difficult (said in reference to obtaining something from someone)

take the bread out of people's mouths US English

Deprive people of their livings by competition or unfair working practices

see someone/something out of the corner of one's eye US English

See someone or something at the edge of one’s field of vision

at the outset US English

At or from the beginning

rise through the ranks US English

(Of a private or a noncommissioned officer) receive a commission

on the sidelines US English

In (or from) a position where one is observing a situation but is unable or unwilling to be directly involved in it

hand to mouth US English

Satisfying only one’s immediate needs because of lack of money for future plans and investments

door to door US English

From start to finish of a journey

as of in as1 US English

Used to indicate the time or date from which something starts

come from in come US English

Originate in; have as its source

come from US English

Originate in; have as its source

far from in far US English

Very different from being; tending to the opposite of

far from US English

Very different from being; tending to the opposite of

—— from hell in hell US English

An extremely unpleasant or troublesome instance or example of something

keep from in keep US English

Avoid (or cause someone to avoid) doing something

keep from US English

Avoid (or cause someone to avoid) doing something

from above in above US English

From overhead

from above US English

From overhead

across from US English

Opposite

apart from US English

Except for

aside from US English

Apart from

from memory in memory US English

Without reading or referring to notes

from memory US English

Without reading or referring to notes

from nature in nature US English

(In art) using natural scenes or objects as models

from nature US English

(In art) using natural scenes or objects as models

—— from hell US English

An extremely unpleasant or troublesome instance or example of something

from overseas US English

From abroad

from scratch in scratch US English

From the very beginning, especially without utilizing or relying on any previous work for assistance

from scratch US English

From the very beginning, especially without utilizing or relying on any previous work for assistance

from strength in strength US English

From a secure or advantageous position

from strength US English

From a secure or advantageous position

from nowhere in nowhere US English

Appearing or happening suddenly and unexpectedly

from nowhere US English

Appearing or happening suddenly and unexpectedly

from a child in child US English

Since childhood

from a child US English

Since childhood

from day one in day US English

From the very beginning

from day one US English

From the very beginning

from now on in from US English

Now (or then, etc.) and in the future

from now on US English

Now (or then, etc.) and in the future

from on high in high US English

From a very high place

from on high US English

From a very high place

keep something from in keep US English

Cause something to remain a secret from (someone)

at risk in risk US English

Exposed to harm or danger

from the top in top1 US English

From the beginning


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