Definition of 'sometime'
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He died sometime after we left and the police report said it was an overdose. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sometime soon their views on matters constitutional could become critical. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sometime in the next year we will discuss what happens afterwards. The Sun (2015)They are mostly about the rural poor sometime in the early twentieth century. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)She must go and see her sometime. The Glasgow Girls (1994)We hoard tins and bottles and all sorts of things that might sometime come in handy. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Maybe you can all be friends again sometime soon. The Sun (2013)Sometime during the next century the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is expected to double. The Crisis of Life on Earth - our legacy from the second millenium (1990)It should be on our screens sometime in early spring. The Sun (2006)Sometime last year, my bones began to produce an increasing number of mutant white cells. Christianity Today (2000)Sometime you have got to get off the merry-go-round. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You'd love it if you could have a change of scene sometime soon. The Sun (2015)Everyone has to go sometime. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Hope I’ll see him again sometime. Little Men (1871)And with derivative prices suggesting the low point to be sometime next year, the worst may very well be behind us. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If a keeper wants to save one sometime, then we'll see. The Sun (2012)Sometime after midday, we drive to a village near Godalming. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'sometime'
British English: sometime /ˈsʌmˌtaɪm/ ADVERB
You use sometime to talk about a time in the future or the past that is not known.
We'll meet again sometime.
- American English: sometime
- Arabic: يَوْماً مَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: um dia desses
- Chinese: 某时
- Croatian: nekada
- Czech: někdy
- Danish: engang
- Dutch: ooit
- European Spanish: en algún momento
- Finnish: joskus
- French: à un moment donné
- German: irgendwann
- Greek: κάποτε
- Italian: un giorno
- Japanese: いつか
- Korean: 언젠가
- Norwegian: en eller annen gang
- Polish: kiedyś
- European Portuguese: um dia destes
- Romanian: cândva
- Russian: когда-нибудь
- Spanish: en algún momento
- Swedish: någon gång
- Thai: บางเวลา
- Turkish: bir ara
- Ukrainian: колись
- Vietnamese: vào lúc nào đó
Definition of sometime from the Collins English Dictionary
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