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Synonyms of 'meantime'

at the same time, in the meantime, simultaneously, for the present

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Translations for 'meantime'

British English: meantime /ˈmiːnˌtaɪm/ ADVERB
In the meantime means in the period of time between two events, or while an event is happening.
Reduce the heat and simmer for 30 minutes. In the meantime, fry the sausage.
  • American English: meantime
  • Arabic: فِي غُضُونِ ذَلِك
  • Brazilian Portuguese: entretanto
  • Chinese: 同时
  • Croatian: u međuvremenu
  • Czech: mezitím
  • Danish: i mellemtiden
  • Dutch: ondertussen
  • European Spanish: mientras tanto
  • Finnish: sillä välin
  • French: entre-temps
  • German: inzwischen
  • Greek: εν τω μεταξύ
  • Italian: intanto
  • Japanese: その間に
  • Korean: 그 동안에
  • Norwegian: imens
  • Polish: tymczasem
  • European Portuguese: entretanto
  • Romanian: între timp
  • Russian: тем временем
  • Spanish: mientras tanto
  • Swedish: under tiden
  • Thai: ในระหว่างนั้น
  • Turkish: bu arada
  • Ukrainian: тим часом
  • Vietnamese: trong lúc đó

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