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adverb 
  1. as a result; therefore, for this reason
I shall go to Japan, I will not be here in time for the party.
The purse is handmade and very expensive.
  1. from this time, from now
The plane will leave two months .
  1. from this source or origin
They grew up at the White House; their lack of interest in politics.
  1. (archaic) from here, from this place, away
Get you !
I'm going , because you hit me.
Get thee , Satan!
I go .
  1. (archaic) from the living or from this world
After a long battle, my poor daughter was taken .
  1. (archaic) henceforth, from this time
A year it will be forgotten.
Translations: 
  • Dutch: dus
  • French: d'ici
  • German: von hier, fort
  • Italian: daciò
  • Spanish: de aquí­
Etymology: From the genitive of here.


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