English to Czech Meaning :: sometime

Sometime :
Nějaký čas
někdy, jednou, kdysi - Nějaký časněkdyněkdy
 
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Adjective(1) belonging to some prior time
Adverb(1) at some indefinite or unstated time

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(1) The occasion was the second reunion of sometime pupils from East Cape schools living in Western Australia.(2) Send your estimates here, and I'll post them sometime in the next few days.(3) After sometime I felt homesick and took a ten-day break from there.(4) I am a long term subscriber and sometime contributor to the x-ray files and the letters, as well as a fellow Mainer.(5) The sometime City skipper has been dropped to the bench following the midweek arrival of winger Kieron Durkan from Macclesfield on a month's loan.(6) Just nipped out for a sandwich and saw former rapper and sometime footballer, John Barnes, walking down Pall Mall.(7) Afterwards they went upstairs to use Holly's computer and the two girls left Red House Gardens sometime after 5.35 pm.(8) It is expected to reach hurricane strength in the next 24 hours, and then smack into Nicaragua sometime on Sunday.(9) However, sometime during the next few decades, though one does not know when, there was a sea change in peasants' attitude.(10) Thanks to Senor G., a sometime contributor to it, here's the Shark Tank.(11) I guess this gives me an actual reason to go to Wigan sometime soon(12) James, who is based in NYC, built a house in Galway sometime ago and spends as much time possible there, where he has a number of horses.(13) I first came to Dublin via Belfast sometime in the early 1970s.(14) We may say unto you, as Tertullian said sometime unto the heathens.(15) Let's hope they manage to get to the US at some stage, but more importantly get to the UK sometime soon(16) It's rumoured the term originated in Vancouver sometime last decade, but it wasn't exactly meant to be endearing.
Related Words
(1) some time ::
Nějaký čas
(2) sometime in the future ::
někdy v budoucnu
(3) sometime ago ::
před nějakým časem
(4) sometime next week ::
někdy příští týden
Synonyms
Adverb
1. someday ::
někdy
2. one day ::
jednoho dne
4. at a future date ::
k budoucímu datu
5. sooner or later ::
dříve nebo později
6. by and by ::
zanedlouho
7. in due course ::
ve vhodnou dobu
8. in the fullness of time ::
v plnosti času
9. in the long run ::
nakonec
Adjective
10. former ::
bývalý
11. past ::
minulost
12. previous ::
předchozí
13. prior ::
před
14. foregoing ::
předcházející
15. late ::
pozdě
16. erstwhile ::
bývalý
17. one-time ::
jednou
18. ex- ::
ex-
19. quondam ::
bývalý
Different Forms
sometime
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Sometime during
the Clinton administration,

Sometime during the Clinton administration,

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 8


We should do this
again sometime.

We should do this again SOMETIME.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 3


Well, I was wondering if you\'d like
to get dinner again sometime?

Well, I was wondering if you'd like to get dinner again SOMETIME?

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 10


A point that you\'ll be arriving at
sometime in the near future?

A point that you'll be arriving at SOMETIME in the near future?

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 10


Uh, if, perhaps, sometime,
you have a spare moment,

Uh, if, perhaps, SOMETIME, you have a spare moment,

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 10


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