Take Advantage of It
Prepositions combine with verbs, nouns and other prepositions in a number of ways to make commonly used expressions known as prepositional phrases. Prepositional phrases consist of a preposition and an object of a preposition. These prepositional phrases need to be learned as a whole. Here are a few prepositional phrases.
at a disadvantage
by all means
by no means
at the latest
The early release of the progress report by no means guarantees that the report is accurate.
Our brainstorming session has by no means concluded yet.
We can by no means promise to retain the current professional staff.
We have by no means given up on attaining the building funds.