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agoadverb [only after n, not gradable]

us   /əˈɡoʊ/
back in the past; back in time from the present: That was a few years ago. Your mother called about an hour ago. Some time ago I read a book about that. Are you still seeing Vivian? No, we stopped seeing each other a long time ago.
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in Korean 과거에…
in Arabic في الماضي…
in Malaysian dahulu…
in French il y a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 以前,從前…
in Italian fa…
in Spanish hace…
in Vietnamese trước đây…
in Portuguese atrás, há…
in Thai เมื่อก่อน, ที่ผ่านมาแล้ว…
in German vor…
in Catalan fa…
in Japanese (今より)前に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 以前,从前…
in Indonesian berselang, yang lalu…
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