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  1. Preposition English borrowed "apropos" from the French phrase à propos, literally "to the purpose." Since it first appeared in , "apropos" has been used as an adverb, adjective, noun, and preposition. Permalink
  2. apropos of, with reference to; in respect or regard to: apropos of the preceding statement. Permalink
  3. apropos preposition concerning, about, re, regarding, respecting, on the subject of, in respect of, as to, with reference to, in re, in the matter of, as regards, in or with regard to All my suggestions apropos the script were accepted. Permalink
  4. Apropos is a useful word to learn. But first you have to know how to pronounce it: AP-rə-pō. Then you can conveniently change the subject of a conversation by using the expression " Apropos of nothing," which is a glib way of saying, "Oh, and by the way ". Permalink
  5. Sep 29,  · apropos n (singular definite aproposet or apropos'et, plural indefinite aproposer or apropos'er). Permalink
  6. In English, apropos is conventionally used as a preposition meaning with regard to, and it’s also an adjective for pertinent or to the point. Apropos is often misused in place of appropriate. This sense of apropos has nothing to do with the original French phrase or the word’s conventional meaning. Permalink
  7. Apropos of definition is - with regard to (something): concerning. How to use apropos of in a sentence. Permalink
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