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Translation of "then" - English-Turkish dictionary

then

adverb     /ðen/
TIME
A1 at that time o zaman, o vakit Call me tomorrow - I'll have time to speak then. Tim and I were at school together, but I haven't seen him since then.In the past
NEXT
A1 next, or after something has happened sonra, ondan sonra, daha sonra, ardından She trained as a teacher and then became a lawyer. Let me finish my drink, then we'll go.In the future and soonCloseness in distance and timeAbout to happen
SO
A2 so or because of that böylece, böylelikle, o zaman, o takdirde Have a rest now, then you won't be tired this evening. "My interview's at 9 o'clock." "You'll be catching an early train, then?"Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meanings
IN ADDITION
B2 used in order to add something to what you have just said ayrıca, buna ilave olarak, ardından I've got two essays to write and then my science project to finish.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meaningsAlso, extra, and in addition
now then/right then/okay then
used to introduce a question or a suggestion pekâla; o halde; tamam o zaman Right then, what do you want to drink?InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
(Definition of then adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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