|According to, in accordance with
|He has acted according to (or in accordance with) my wishes.
|At the bottom of (the source of)
|He was at the bottom of the intrigue against the headmaster.
|At the risk of (by putting oneself in danger)
|This boy saved a drowning child at the risk of his own life.
|At the top of (at the loudest pitch)
|I shouted at the top of my voice.
|I could not attend school because of illness.
|By dint of, by force of
|He rose very high by dint of (by force of) his hard labour.
|By means of (owing to)
|We will remain alive in space by means of oxygen.
|For the sake of (out of regard to)
|I risked my life for the sake of my friend.
|In case of, in the event of
|In case of (in the event of) his death, his wife will be the guardian of the child.
|In connection with (pertaining to)
|He went to Delhi in connection with his business.
|In course of (after some time)
|All the secrets of the trade will be known to you in course of time.
|In the course of (during)
|In the course of his speech, he referred to the sacrifice of Gandhiji.
|In favour of
|I am in favour of female education.
|In consequence of, as a result of (on account of)
|He could not continue his studies in consequence of (or as a result of) his ill-health.
|In consideration of (as the effect of)
|He was given a prize in consideration of his good behaviour.
|In exchange for (in place of)
|I will give you a wristwatch in exchange for your fountain pen.
|In spite of (notwithstanding)
|In spite of doing his best, he could not be successful.
|In the light of
|In the light of these facts, he does not deserve promotion.
|In lieu of (instead of)
|In lieu of Sunday the shop will remain closed on Monday.
|In proportion to
|You will get pension in proportion to the length of your service.
|In keeping with
|He did a noble deed in keeping with his dignity.
|In view of (by reason of)
|In view of his hard work he deserves a prize.
|On behalf of
|The headmaster thanked the chairman on behalf of all the members of the staff and students.
|On the point of, at the point of (very near)
|When we reached there, the patient was on the point of death.
|On pain of (as a penalty for)
|He was ordered to leave his motherland on pain of death.
|On the part of
|There was no fault on the part of the student.
|With a view to (in view of)
|He works hard with a view to passing the examination with credit.
|With reference to, with regard to, with respect to
|With reference to your application, I may assure you that you stand a fair chance of getting a scholarship.