A in French and law French


A in French and law French
In French A is a preposition, the meaning of which largely depends on context. It is usually translated as "into," "at," "to," "in," "by," "of," "with," "on," "from," "for," "under," "till," "within," "between," etc. It also changes into au and aux when combined with "the."
A is also the third person, singular number, present tense, indicative mood of the verb avoir, (to have): Il a (he has).
In law French "a" is used as a preposition meaning "at," "for," "in," "of," "on," "to," and "with."

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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