Significado de “then” - Diccionario inglés

then en inglés británico

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thenadverb, adjective [ before noun ]

uk /ðen/ us /ðen/

A1 (at) that time (in the past or in the future):

I was working in the city then.
formal I wanted to live in the city, but my then husband (= the man who was my husband at that time) preferred the country.
Give it to me next week - I won't have time to read it before/until then.
I'll call you tomorrow - I should have the details by then.

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thenadverb

uk /ðen/ us /ðen/

then adverb (NEXT)

A1 next or after that:

Let me finish this job, then we'll go.
Give her the letter to read, then she'll understand.

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then adverb (IN ADDITION)

B2 in addition:

This is the standard model - then there's the deluxe version which costs more.

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then adverb (RESULT)

A2 as a result; in that case; also used as a way of joining a statement to an earlier piece of conversation:

Have a rest now, and then you won't be so tired tonight.
You'll be selling your house, then?

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(Definición de then de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

then en inglés americano

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thenadjective, adverb [ not gradable ]

us /ðen/

then adjective, adverb [ not gradable ] (TIME)

at that time (in the past or in the future):

She was then sixteen years old.
Soon the sun will go down, and then it will be time to go.

thenadverb [ not gradable ]

us /ðen/

then adverb [ not gradable ] (NEXT)

next or after that:

He smiled, then turned to me and nodded.

then adverb [ not gradable ] (IN ADDITION)

in addition:

We both want to go, and then there’s Carmen, so we need three tickets.

then adverb [ not gradable ] (AS A RESULT)

as a result; in that case; also used as a way of joining a statement to an earlier piece of conversation:

Why don’t you call them to tell them we’ll be late? Then they won’t worry.
If I don’t hear from you by Friday, then I’ll assume you’re not coming.

(Definición de then de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)