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Translation of "once" - English-Spanish dictionary

once

adverb   /wʌns/
A2 one time una vez It only snowed once or twice this year. I go swimming once a week (= one time every week).
B1 in the past, but not now antes This house once belonged to my grandfather.
at once
B1 immediately de inmediato I knew at once that I would like it here.
once more
B1 one more time una vez más If you say that once more, I’m going to leave.
once upon a time
B1 used at the beginning of a children’s story to mean that something happened a long time ago érase una vez
once again
B1 again de nuevo I’ll explain it once again.
for once
used to mean that something is happening that does not usually happen por una vez For once, I think I have good news for him.
(all) at once
at the same time a la vez They all started talking at once.
conjunction   /wʌns/
as soon as en cuanto Once I find somewhere to live, I’ll send you my address.
(Definition of once from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

once

adverb /wans/
a single time una vez He did it once If I could see her once again I would be happy.
at a time in the past antes, en otro tiempo I once wanted to be a dancer.
at once
immediately en seguida, inmediatamente, ahora mismo Go away at once!
(just) for once
as an exception por una vez Why can’t you be nice to her for once?
once and for all
once and finally de una vez para siempre, de una vez por todas Once and for all, I refuse!
once in a while
occasionally de vez en cuando I meet him once in a while at the club.
(Definition of once from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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