l. towards (美国有作toward):
A boy came running towars us.
He was now walking towars the river.
She is taking courses toward a master's degree.
Towards one o'clock they reached home.
She came to see me towards the end of the week.
It's getting on towards the end of term now.
The teacher was very lenient towards us.
He has changed his attitude towards the work.
She had no ill feeling towards him now.
They are cooling themselves under the trees.
He had a book under his arm.
Please push the stool under the bed.
All their activities were put under unified command.
All places of strategic importance came under their ocupation.
We did that under orders.
The road was undder repair.
The proposal is now under discussion.
I'm a bit under the weather.
In 2040 Venice will be under water.