# from A to B

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfrom A to Bfrom A to Bfrom one place to anotherget/go from A to B Hiring a car was the best way to get from A to B. → A

Examples from the Corpus

from A to B• An eagle looking down from above implies a threat whereas a heron flying from A to B suggests a more peaceable purpose.• First, good generalization from A to B can be readily explained in terms of mediation by the associate.• I, I showed him our product and I said we have to go from A to B with this project.• It doesn't have to be fancy - I just need a car to get me from A to B.• The wavelength of the light increases as it passes from A to B for two reasons.• The arrow will point from A to B in the functional dependency illustrated in the definition.• For at least fifteen hours a day they get us from A to B and take our body weight.
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