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once

conjunction
 
 
/wʌns/
B2 as soon as: Once I've found somewhere to live, I'll send you my new address. We'll send your tickets once we've received your cheque.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
Translations of “once”
in Korean -하자마자…
in Arabic بِمُجرّد أن…
in Portuguese assim que…
in Catalan tan bon punt…
in Japanese ~するとすぐに…
in Italian una volta che, non appena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一…就, 一旦…就…
in Russian как только…
in Turkish ...ar/er ... maz/mez, yapar yapmaz, olur olmaz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一…就, 一旦…就…
in Polish jak tylko, kiedy…
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