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    #1

    the key to/for/of this door

    Which preposition is correct?

    Where is the key to/for/of this door.

    Thanks.

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    Re: the key to/for/of this door

    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan Mckane View Post
    Which preposition is correct?

    Where is the key to/for/of this door.

    Thanks.
    They are all possible.

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    Re: the key to/for/of this door

    Bahaisahab is correct.

    You might find this discussion interesting:

    Key to the door or key of the door? - WordReference Forums

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