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meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


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meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


meanwhile

meanwhile

 adverb

/ˈminwaɪlmeanwhile pronunciation American

 

1 (also informal meantime) while something else is happeningBob spent fifteen months alone on his yacht. Ann, meanwhile, took care of the children by herself.2 (also informal meantime) in the period of time between two times or two eventsThe doctor will see you again next week. Meanwhile, you must rest as much as possible.3 used to compare two aspects of a situationStress can be extremely damaging to your health. Exercise, meanwhile, can reduce its effects


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