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1. I would prefer (doing) B over A
A is often a negative/undesirable action/result such that the subject would rather do B.
I'd prefer having weeds before eating natto.
1. Only A
Emphasizes 'only', in that A is the only possibility out of a larger pool of people/things
こんな   まで          ぐらい  ものだ  
Only he would walking about here and there at a time like this.
1. To presume/assume A; to consider A (as true)
   それ しか ない  として     くれ  
Please prepare under the assumption that this is all the budget we have.
1. A is decided
Often used in formal writing (ie. contracts, etc.)
It's decided that everyone will participate in the meeting.
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