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Translation of "hence" - English-Spanish dictionary

hence

adverb   /hens/ formal
that is the reason or explanation for de ahí His mother was Italian, hence his name – Luca. →  Synonym therefore 1241
(Definition of hence from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hence

adverb /hens/
for this reason por lo tanto, por consiguiente, por esa razón The building is being redecorated. Hence all the mess everywhere.
from this time de aquí a a year hence.
away from this place. de aquí
henceforth adverb
from now on de ahora en adelante They’re going to put the rent up. Henceforth, we’ll have to economize in other areas.
(Definition of hence from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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