From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas for somebody/somethingas for somebody/somethingABOUTused when you are starting to talk about someone or something new that is connected with what you were talking about before 🔊 Kitty’s got so thin. And as for Carl, he always seems to be ill. 🔊 You can ask the others, but as for myself, I’ll be busy in the office. →as
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as for somebody/something• As forracism, much progress has been made, but there is still much to do.• As for you, young man, you're grounded.