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meanwhile

adverb   /ˈmiːnˌwaɪl/
B1 in the time between two things happening, or while something else is happening entretanto The mother is away. The child, meanwhile, is with her grandparents.
(Definition of meanwhile from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

meanwhile

adverb /ˈmiːnwail/
during this time; at the same time entretanto The child had gone home. Meanwhile, his mother was searching for him in the street.
(Definition of meanwhile from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “meanwhile”
in Korean 그 동안에…
in Arabic في هَذِه الأثناء…
in Malaysian sementara itu…
in French entre temps…
in Russian тем временем…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在此期間, (與此)同時…
in Italian nel frattempo…
in Turkish bu sırada, bu esnada, bu zaman zarfında…
in Polish w tym czasie, tymczasem…
in Vietnamese trong lúc đó…
in Portuguese enquanto isso…
in Thai ขณะที่…
in German unterdessen…
in Catalan mentrestant…
in Japanese その間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在此期间, (与此)同时…
in Indonesian sementara itu…
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