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Προς is the Koine Greek word preposition: towards / to
Its noun takes the accusative case.
Προς is used as a preposition to describe a noun in motion towards another noun (for example: The man went to the lake). It is not used as an indirect object (for example, in the sentence, "The man read the book to the child" the words "to the child" is translated using the dative case).
Προς can also be used to express purpose, when followed by an infinitive verb.
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