die of and die from


Senior Member
Hi there:
I am reviewing the use or the word" die of" and "die"form".
I remember that there are some different beteen the.But I have a vague memory about the difinition.Also ,I don't have a context.
Could you clarify it for me?
For example,
Is it right if I say
1 He died of cancer.?
2 He died from an airplane accident.

Thanks a lot!
  • KYC

    Senior Member
    Thanks for audiolaik's help!
    Because I can't find them from the archives, I posted my question like this.
    Still, I am not clear after reading the threads in the past.It seems die of and die from are all identical,interchangable ,isn't it?
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