It doesn't have a particular meaning that I am aware of. Can we have some context?Originally Posted by steveguinness1
what does "as from" mean.
Is that what you want to know?Originally Posted by steveguinness1
as of/from: starting from a particular time or date.
e.g. As from next month, all the airline's fares will be going up.
Help me out please - as from next month - just does not sound right. Something seems to be missing.Originally Posted by henry
Henry's right- it sounds perfect to my ears.
It doesn't sound right to me either. At least in AE, we would use "as of".Originally Posted by twostep
The only use I can come up with gor "as from" would be as part of an analogy: As from the top of a waterfall, his emotions gushed forth.
I thought there would be no different meanings both in AE and BE.Originally Posted by MikeNewYork