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Slovak-English translation for: zatiaľ
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Dictionary Slovak English: zatiaľ

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Slovak English
zatiaľ {adv}meanwhile
zatiaľ {adv}yet
zatiaľ {adv}for now
zatiaľ {adv}so far
zatiaľ {adv}in the meantime
zatiaľfor the time being
2 Words
Dovi zatiaľ! [ľud.]See you soon!
zatiaľ čo {conj}whereas
zatiaľ čo {conj}while
zatiaľ čo {conj}whilst [Br.]
zatiaľ nie {adv}not yet
3 Words
Maj sa zatiaľ!See you soon!
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