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thenadj USA: ðe'n UK: ðen
    1. My behaviour must have seemed strange to you then; but now you will comprehend it.
        1. Bizonyára különösnek ítélte akkori magatartásomat; de most minden bizonnyal megérti már.
thenadv USA: ðe'n UK: ðen
    1. But then I should not have had my wonderful brains! cried the Scarecrow.
    1. I will tell you my story, and then you will know.
        1. Elmondom neked a történetemet; abból majd megtudod.
    1. She was silent for a while, then she smiled.
        1. Elhallgatott, aztán elmosolyodott.
    1. Joan remained ill more than two weeks; then she grew better.
        1. Jeanne még két hétig feküdt betegen, azután lassan javulni kezdett.
then againexp USA: ðe'n ʌ·geɪ'n UK: ðen əgen
then againadv USA: ðe'n ʌ·geɪ'n UK: ðen əgen
then and thereexp USA: ðe'n ʌ·nd ðe'r UK: ðen ənd ðeər
then make the bedexp USA: ðe'n meɪ'k ðiː· be'd UK: ðen meɪk ðiː bed
then / now and -exp USA: ðe'n naʊ' ʌ·nd UK: ðen naʊ ənd
thenar eminencenoun
thenceadv USA: ðe'ns UK: ðens
  1. literary
  2. literary
thenceforthadv USA: ðe"nsfɔː'rθ UK: ðensfɔːθ
thenceforthadv USA: ðe"nsfɔː'rθ UK: ðensfɔːθ
thenceforwardadv UK: ðensfɔːwəd
but thenexp USA: bʌ't ðe'n UK: bət ðen
but thenadv USA: bʌ't ðe'n UK: bət ðen
by thenexp USA: baɪ' ðe'n UK: baɪ ðen
even thenexp USA: iː'vʌ·n ðe'n UK: iːvn ðen
now then!interj USA: naʊ' ðe'n UK: naʊ ðen
now thenexp USA: naʊ' ðe'n UK: naʊ ðen
now then!exp USA: naʊ' ðe'n UK: naʊ ðen
since thenexp USA: sɪ'ns ðe'n UK: sɪns ðen
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