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when

conjunction
 
 
/wen/
TIME A2 used to say at what time something happened or will happen
ne zaman, ne vakit
I found it when I was cleaning out the cupboards. We'll go when you're ready.Question words and expressions
ALTHOUGH B2 although
rağmen; ...masına/mesine rağmen; ...dığı/diği/duğu halde
Why are you doing this when I've asked you not to?Connecting words which express a contrast
Translations of “when”
in Arabic عِنْدَما…
in Korean (때, 날 등) -한…
in Malaysian sedangkan…
in French alors que…
in Italian quando…
in Chinese (Traditional) 考慮到, 當…時…
in Russian когда, в то время как, несмотря на то…
in Polish kiedy, jak, skoro…
in Vietnamese mặc dù…
in Spanish si…
in Portuguese quando…
in Thai แม้ว่า…
in German wenn…
in Catalan quan…
in Japanese ~(する)時, ~(した)時…
in Indonesian padahal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 考虑到, 当…时…
(Definition of when conjunction from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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