beg of

beg of

To plead with someone for something. This phrase often suggests a certain intensity or desperation from the speaker. A noun can be used between "beg" and "of." Oh, please come with me tonight, I beg of you. I can't possibly go alone. Can I beg a few dollars of you? I forgot my wallet at home today.
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beg something of someone

to request earnestly that someone do something or grant something. Please help me. I beg it of you. She begged a favor of Max.
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beg of someone

to request earnestly of someone. (Usually added to a request.) Please help me. I beg of you. I beg of you to help me.
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Next row (WS) Pm B at beg of row, knit to end for fold line.
Use CO tail to close opening at beg of wheel, but do not trim end of tail.
Cast on 2 sts at beg of RS row every other row 5 (4, 4) times.
Cont in St st, bind off 4 sts at beg of next WS row, then 3 sts at beg of foil 2 WS rows, then 2 sts at beg of next 2 WS rows, then 1 st at beg of foil WS row; 37 (39, 41) sts.
Reverse neck shaping, casting on 1 st at beg of next WS, then 2 sts at beg of next 2 WS rows, then 3 sts at beg of foil 2 WS rows, then 4 sts at beg of next WS row, then 6 sts at beg of foil WS row; 58 (60, 62) sts.
Bind off--(3, 4) sts at beg of next RS row, then bind off 2 sts at beg of RS row every other row 5 (4, 4) times.