ETYM Old Eng. anoon, anon, anan, lit., in one (moment), from AS. on in + ân one. Related to On and One.
1. At another time.
2. (Old-fashioned or informal) In a little while.
3. At once; immediately.
4. Archaic, presently; as soon as possible; at a later date.
1. Near in time or place; within reach
2. Currently receiving or deserving attention
In the near future; soon
Scottish; in due time; by and by
1. In good time; early
2 archaic; in a short time; speedily
3. At times; occasionally
At some eventual time in the future; SYN. later.
ETYM Old Eng. erli, erliche, AS. aerlîce; aer sooner + lîc like. Related to Ere, and Like.
1. Before the usual time or the time expected; SYN. ahead of time, too soon.
2. In good time; SYN. betimes.
Before long; soon. SYN. ere long
1. Near in place, time, or relationship — often used with on, onto, or unto
2. Nearly; almost
At this time or period; now; SYN. currently.
Sinonimi: not far | not long
ETYM as. sceortlice.
1. At a short distance; SYN. not far.
2. For a short time; SYN. not long.
ETYM Old Eng. sone, as. sona; cf. OFries. sân, os. sâna, sâno, Old High Germ. sâr, Goth. suns.
In the near future; SYN. shortly, presently, before long.