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now

adverb
 
 
/naʊ/
AT PRESENT A1 at the present time
şimdi, şimdilerde, şu günlerde
She's finished her degree and now she teaches English. Do you know where Eva is right now (= at this moment)?Now
IMMEDIATELY A2 immediately
şimdi, hemen, şu an
Come on, Andreas, we're going home now. I don't want to wait - I want it now!Now
LENGTH OF TIME B2 used to show the length of time that something has been happening, from the time it began until the present
...o zamandan şu ana kadar/değin/şimdiye dek
I've lived in Cambridge for two years now.NowSpending time and time passing
IN SPEECH used when you start to tell someone something
'Haydi bakalım...', 'Hadi görelim...', 'Hadi hadi...', 'Öyleyse...', 'Buna göre...'
Now, I have been to Glasgow many times before. Now then, would anyone else like to ask a question?InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
just now a very short time ago
hemen şimdi, az evvel, tam şimdi
When I came in just now, everyone was laughing. Who was that woman who was speaking just now?In the past
(every) now and then/again B2 If something happens now and then, it happens sometimes but not very often.
arada bir, ara sıra, bazen, zaman zaman
I love chocolate, but I only eat it now and then.Rarely and infrequently
any day/minute/time, etc now used to say that something will happen very soon
her an
We're expecting our second child any day now.Until a particular momentIn the future and soon
(Definition of now adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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