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    Cool short for of or for ?

    Hello!

    I tried to find an answer on Google but it's rather confusing!

    Do we say: "this is the short form of this phrase" or "this is the short form for this phrase" .

    Thank you
    Will17

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    Re: short for of or for ?

    [QUOTE=Will17;741676]I'd say, "This is the short form of this phrase".

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    Re: short for of or for ?

    'Mr is the short form of Mister.'

    'Mr is short for Mister.'

    Rover

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