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English-German translation for: sometime
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Dictionary English German: sometime

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ADJ   sometime | - | -
 
SYNO   erstwhile | former | old | one-time ... 
sometime {adv}
1180
irgendwann
sometime {adv}
141
mal [ugs.]
sometime {adj} [attr.] [former]
29
ehemalig [attr.] <ehem.>
sometime {adv}
27
irgendeinmal
sometime {adv}
5
irgends [veraltet]
sometime {adv}irgendwann einmal
3 Words
sometime or other {adv}gelegentlich einmal
5+ Words
She died sometime later as a result of her wounds.Sie starb an den Spätfolgen ihrer Verletzungen.
quote Sometime they'll give a war and nobody will come! [Carl Sandburg]Stell dir vor, es ist Krieg, und keiner geht hin!
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A 2017-12-21: deadline "bis morgen" - should be done by sometime tomorrow at the latest
A 2012-01-03: @Baccalaureus - yeah, agree (sometime) like all the other ones .... ;))
A 2011-03-10: well, you do hear it sometime .... hier auf der Insel ....
Q 2010-05-20: Sometime next week
A 2010-03-03: nö - inflection/stress ... edit - holla, I should refresh sometime ....
A 2010-02-10: Sometime I heard from an English teacher
A 2009-08-12: kitten. must take you to the deli sometime.
A 2009-03-10: Travelling in good company may perhaps make you wish to play host yourself...
A 2008-05-09: right - but sometime it's used as an idiom ...
A 2007-12-19: 'I hope we'll [be able to] meet sometime soon'
A 2007-12-10: sometime / sometime or other / sometime next week/month/year
A 2007-07-04: sometime nowhere < Nirgendwo
A 2007-07-04: Sometime, somewhere
A 2007-06-26: SOMETIME at
A 2007-05-08: Erko is right ..... plus sometime a map as well
A 2007-04-02: Could you kindly tell me if the book refers to Dr. Eduard Speck, sometime ...
A 2006-12-13: btw, care to start a new thread sometime?
A 2006-10-17: firstly, @ Birgid....I`ll need to educate you about scottish football sometime
A 2006-09-07: Can't your dog walk itself @jim? ;)...Is it actually a he or she? I'm pret...
A 2006-08-13: Thanks. Sometime one does not see the trees for the forest.

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