Thereof \There*of"\, adv.
Of that or this.
In the day that thou eatest thereof, thou shalt surely die. --Gen. ii. 17. [1913 Webster]
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thereof — O.E. þær of; see THERE (Cf. there) + OF (Cf. of) … Etymology dictionary
thereof — ► ADVERB formal ▪ of the thing just mentioned; of that … English terms dictionary
thereof — [ther uv′] adv. 1. of that 2. concerning that 3. from that as a cause, reason, etc.; therefrom … English World dictionary
thereof — [[t]ðeərɒ̱v[/t]] ADV: n ADV Thereof is used after a noun to relate that noun to a situation or thing that you have just mentioned. [FORMAL] ...his belief in God or the lack thereof. ...a charge of ₤5 per hour or part thereof … English dictionary
thereof — there|of [ðeərˈɔv US ðerˈa:v] adv formal relating to something that has just been mentioned ▪ States differ in standards for products and the labelling thereof. ▪ Money, or the lack thereof , played a major role in their marital problems … Dictionary of contemporary English
thereof — there|of [ ðer ɔv ] adverb FORMAL of or involving something that has been mentioned: He charges $20 for each session, or any part thereof … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
thereof — adverb formal concerning something that has just been mentioned: States differ in standards for products and the labelling thereof … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
thereof — UK [ˌðeərˈɒv] / US [ðerˈɔv] adverb formal of or involving something that has been mentioned He charges £20 for each session, or any part thereof … English dictionary
thereof — adverb Date: before 12th century 1. of that or it 2. from that cause or particular ; therefrom … New Collegiate Dictionary
thereof — /dhair uv , ov /, adv. 1. of that or it. 2. from or out of that origin or cause. [bef. 1000; ME therof, OE thaerof. See THERE, OF1] * * * … Universalium