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someday

adverb uk   /ˈsʌm.deɪ/ us  
at some time in the future that is not yet known or not stated: Maybe someday you'll both meet again. Someday soon you're going to have to make a decision.
Translations of “someday”
in Chinese (Traditional) (將來)有一天,有朝一日…
in Russian когда-то, когда-нибудь…
in Turkish günün birinde, bir gün…
in Chinese (Simplified) (将来)有一天,有朝一日…
in Polish kiedyś, pewnego dnia…
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