Found 3 items, similar to then.
English → Indonesian
kemudian, lalu, lantas, maka, syahdan, waktu itu
English → English
adj : at a specific prior time; “the then president”
n : that time; that moment; “we will arrive before then”
were friends from then on”
adv 1: subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence
connectors); “then he left”
; “go left first, then
; “first came lightning, then thunder”
watched the late movie and then went to bed”
; “and so
home and to bed”
, and so
, and then
2: in that case or as a consequence; “if he didn't take it,
then who did?”
; “keep it then if you want to”
; “the case,
then, is closed”
; “you've made up your mind then?”
you'll be rich”
3: at that time; “I was young then”
; “prices were lower back
; “science as it was then taught”
English → English
([th][e^]n), adv. [Originally the same word as than.
1. At that time (referring to a time specified, either past
And the Canaanite was then in the land. --Gen. xii.
Now I know in part; but then shall I know even as
also I am known. --1 Cor. xiii.
2. Soon afterward, or immediately; next; afterward.
First be reconciled to thy brother, and then come
and offer thy gift. --Matt. v. 24.
3. At another time; later; again.
One while the master is not aware of what is done,
and then in other cases it may fall out to be own
(a) By that time.
(b) By the time that. [Obs.]
But that opinion, I trust, by then this
following argument hath been well read, will be
left for one of the mysteries of an indulgent
Now and then
. See under Now
, until that time; until the time mentioned.
Note: Then is often used elliptically, like an adjective, for
then existing; as, the then administration.
1. Than. [Obs.] --Spenser.
2. In that case; in consequence; as a consequence; therefore;
for this reason.
If all this be so, then man has a natural freedom.
Now, then, be all thy weighty cares away. --Dryden.
. Both these words are used in
reasoning; but therefore takes the lead, while then is
rather subordinate or incidental. Therefore states
reasons and draws inferences in form; then, to a great
extent, takes the point as proved, and passes on to
the general conclusion. “Therefore being justified by
faith, we have peace with God.”
--Rom. v. 1. “So
then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word
--Rom. x. 17.