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Translation of "moment" - English-Spanish dictionary

moment

noun /ˈməumənt/
a very short space of time
momento, instante
I’ll be ready in a moment after a few moments’ silence.
a particular point in time
momento, instante
At that moment, the telephone rang.
momentary adjective lasting for only a moment
momentáneo
a momentary feeling of fear.
momentarily /(American) moumənˈte-/ adverb
momentáneamente
He hesitated momentarily before knocking on the door.
momentous /-ˈmen-/ adjective of great importance
trascendental
a momentous event.
momentously adverb
de importancia
at the moment at this particular time; now
de momento, por ahora
She’s rather busy at the moment.
the moment (that) exactly when
en cuanto
I want to see him the moment he arrives.
(Definition of moment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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