This is a constituent made up of a preposition - the head noun phrase : e.g. up + the junction, round + the corner, into + the valley of + death.
a phrase that begins with a preposition and includes a noun or pronoun that is the object of the preposition.
a phrase headed by a preposition, a word such as on, in, between. Prepositions combine with other constituents (usually noun phrases) to form prepositional phrases, as in The man sat on the bench.
a group of words including a preposition and a noun, pronoun, or group of words used as a noun
a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun
a part of a sentence that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun (the object of the preposition )
a phrase built round a preposition, e
a preposition plus its noun object
a special kind of modifying phrase
A phrase that consists of a preposition followed by a noun or noun phrase e.g. On Sundays I go to church. I found the book under the table.
phrase that starts with a preposition, silly! "With a preposition" is a prepositional phrase.
A functional phrase headed by any of the class of prepositions which also must introduce a DP--e.g., in the park, between you and me, under the stars, etc...
A phrase that consists of a preposition plus the noun or noun phrase that it governs, such as at the park, in reference to your letter, or from Mars.
a phrase beginning with a preposition. e.g. The human genome was mapped in the late 1990s. Prepositional phrases can act as adjectives or adverbs