Definition of therefrom in English:

therefrom

Pronunciation /ˌT͟Herˈfräm/ /ˌðɛrˈfrɑm/

adverb

archaic, formal
  • From that or that place.

    ‘there are lessons to be learned therefrom’
    • ‘the right not to be excluded therefrom except by order of the court’
    • ‘Rochester Bridge and the view therefrom’
    • ‘But it is the gardens - and the views therefrom - that are the real joy.’
    • ‘I could not see what benefits or advantage could have been derived therefrom.’
    • ‘The book begins, as noted earlier, with the theft of a painting, and the complications resulting therefrom.’
    • ‘The scheme is not in any sense a benevolent scheme and no benevolent or compassionate payments can be made therefrom.’
    • ‘Only then will it be possible to balance the economic benefits of financial liberalization and internationalization with the systemic threats to the financial system flowing therefrom.’