• starting in, beginning at, originating in (indicates a source); by; since; due to, caused by
• you use from to say what the source, origin, or starting point of something is.
• if someone or something moves or is taken from a place, they leave it or are removed, so that they are no longer there.
• if you take something from an amount, you reduce the amount by that much.
• if you are away from a place, you are not there.
• if you return from doing something, you return after doing it.
• if you see or hear something from a particular position, you are in that position when you see it or hear it.
• something that sticks out or hangs from an object is attached to it or touches it.
• you can use from when giving distances. for example, if one place is fifty miles from another, the distance between them is fifty miles.
• if a road goes from one place to another, you can travel along it between the two places.
• if something happens from a particular time, it begins to happen then.
• if something changes from one thing to another, it stops being the first thing and becomes the second thing.
• you say from one thing to another when you are stating the range of things that are possible.
• you use from to give the reason for an opinion.
• if one thing happens from another, it happens as a result of it.
from a certain aspect
• from a particular position, from a particular angle
from a distant place
• from a place that is far away
from a to z
• from the beginning to the end, every last detail
• from on top, from up above
• from a foreign country, from another country
from afar• from ...