Among ( preposition , adverb )

(As a preposition)

Among ( preposition )

In the midst or in the middle of (a group of people, objects, etc.).

Origin:

Derived from middle english amonge, from old english onmang, ongemang.

Examples:

  1. I saw her among the crowd.
  2. He is the best basketball player among his friends.
  3. She found her lost keys among the couch cushions.
  4. The restaurant is located among the tall buildings.
  5. The book is popular among readers.

(As an adverb)

Among ( adverb )

In the midst or in the middle of (a group of people, objects, etc.).

Origin:

Derived from middle english amonge, from old english onmang, ongemang.

Examples:

  1. I saw her among the crowd.
  2. He is the best basketball player among his friends.
  3. She found her lost keys among the couch cushions.
  4. The restaurant is located among the tall buildings.
  5. The book is popular among readers.
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