Prepositional Phrases AT, Definition and Examples
|At the age of
|I learnt to drive at the age of 18.
|I’m at work right now.
|You must phone the ambulance at once.
|Most Japanese eat rice at least once a day.
|Numbers are selected at random in a lottery.
|At a glance
|I knew at a glance that something was wrong.
|At first, I was happy here but now I’m not.
|At a guess
|At a guess, 30 people were at the party.
|At the bottom of
|There’s a market at the bottom of this hill.
|I can’t study during the day. I must study at night.
|At present, I’m working for a multinational.
|Who was at fault for the accident?
|At the door
|There is a police at the door.
|At all costs
|I need to pass this exam at all costs.
|I always have some Money at hand in case I need it.
|At the end
|I’m going to London at the end of the month.
|At one’s desk
|My boss spoke to me at my desk.
|I will meet my friend at school.
|At the top of
|At the top of the list definition is better than all the others.