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sometimeadverb

uk   us   /ˈsʌm.taɪm/
at a time in the future or the past that is not known or not stated: sometime before June We really should meet sometime soon to discuss the details. sometime in the autumn

sometimeadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /ˈsʌm.taɪm/ formal
(especially of a job or position) in the past but not any longer: The enquiry will be headed by Rebecca Jones, sometime editor of the "Daily News".
Translations of “sometime”
in Korean 언젠가…
in Arabic في وَقْت ما…
in Portuguese em algum momento…
in Catalan en algun moment…
in Japanese いつか, そのうちに…
in Italian un giorno, un qualche giorno…
in Chinese (Traditional) (將來或過去的)某個時候…
in Russian когда-нибудь, как-нибудь…
in Turkish bir ara…
in Chinese (Simplified) (将来或过去的)某个时候…
in Polish kiedyś…
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