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Spanish translation of “then”

then

adverb /ðen/
at that time in the past or future
entonces, en ese/aquel momento
I was at school then If you’re coming next week, I’ll see you then.
used with prepositions to mean that time in the past or future
entonces, ese/aquel momento
John should be here by then I’ll need you before then I have been ill since then Until then Goodbye till then!
after that
entonces; después
I had a drink, (and) then I went home.
in that case
entonces
He might not give us the money and then what would we do?
often used especially at the end of sentences in which an explanation, opinion etc is asked for, or which show surprise etc
entonces
What do you think of that, then?
also; in addition
además
I have two brothers, and then I have a cousin in America.
(Definition of then from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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