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Translation of "moment" - English-Spanish dictionary

moment

noun   /ˈməʊ·mənt/
A2 a very short period of time momento I’ll be back in a moment. For a moment, I thought it was Anna. Could you wait a moment?
B1 a point in time momento Just at that moment, the phone rang.
at the moment
A2 now en estos momentos She’s not here at the moment.
for the moment
If you do something for the moment, you are doing it now, but might do something different in the future. por ahora Let’s continue with what we agreed for the moment.
(Definition of moment from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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