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She's thin, and her sister is the complete opposite.
Longman Dictionary has written such sentence and opposite in "noun" entry.
What's your opinion?
Can we use "opposite of" as a preposition?
Last edited by PCGames; 22-Jul-2008 at 13:54.
Yes, "opposite" is a noun.
Originally Posted by PCGames
No, "opposite of" is not a preposition. I's a noun "opposite" followed by "of".
"In regard to body shape, she is the opposite of her sister".
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