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moment

noun
 
 
/ˈməʊmənt/
SHORT TIME [C] A2 a very short period of time
saniye
I'll be back in a moment. For a moment I thought it was Anna. Could you wait a moment?Short in timeTemporary
POINT IN TIME [C] B1 a point in time
an, lahza, çok kısa süre
Just at that moment, the phone rang.Points in time
at the moment A2 now
şu anda, şimdi
I'm afraid she's not here at the moment.Now
for the moment B2 If you do something for the moment, you are doing it now but might do something different in the future.
şimdilik, şimdi
Now
the moment (that) as soon as
...ar/er...maz/mez; ...ınca/ince derhal
I'll call you the moment I hear anything.Points in time
→  See also on the spur of the moment , have a senior, blond etc moment
Translations of “moment”
in Korean 찰나, 시점…
in Arabic لَحْظة…
in French moment, instant…
in Italian momento, attimo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 短時間, 片刻,瞬間,刹那…
in Russian мгновение, миг, момент…
in Polish chwila, moment…
in Spanish momento, instante…
in Portuguese momento, instante…
in German der Moment, der Augenblick…
in Catalan moment…
in Japanese 短い時間, 瞬間…
in Chinese (Simplified) 短时间, 片刻,瞬间,刹那…
(Definition of moment from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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