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Translation of "yet" - English-Russian dictionary

yet

adverb
 
 
/jet/
BEFORE A2 before now or before that time
уже, еще
Have you read his book yet? "Has he called?" "No, not yet."Until a particular moment
NOW A2 now or as early as this time
еще, пока
I don't want to go home yet.Now
the best/worst, etc yet B2 the best/worst, etc until now
лучший/худший и т. д. до сих пор
That was my worst exam yet.Worse and worstExtremely good
be/have yet to do sth to not have done something that was expected before this time
еще предстоять, пока еще не сделать чего-либо
They have yet to make a decision.In the future and soon
yet again/another/more, etc B2 used to show that you are surprised or annoyed that something is being repeated or increased
еще раз/еще больше и т. д.
He's given us yet more work to do.Also, extra, and in addition
could/may/might, etc yet used to say there is still a possibility that something will happen
еще может/мог бы и т. д.
He may win yet.In the future and soon
(Definition of yet adverb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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