bir lahzaga, bir zumga
Adverb(1) for an instant or moment(2) at any moment
(1) He said Mitchell paused only momentarily before crossing the central reservation.(2) She was reversing out of the drive and left the car momentarily , possibly to close the garage, when the thieves struck.(3) It meant that my chores were momentarily forgotten and I was free to roam about with my friends.(4) His words hit me like blow to the stomach, and I was momentarily speechless.(5) The teenager then tried to run outside but had his way momentarily blocked by the bank's automatic doors.(6) A tall, strong, handsome woman, she looks momentarily lost and vulnerable.(7) I was getting ready to go call a cab, and paused momentarily to gaze at Gavin.(8) Quicky I grabbed the bag and held it tight hoping to momentarily fill my void.(9) my husband will be here to pick me up momentarily(10) I was momentarily distracted by the latest item of spam in my inbox.(11) Jane paused momentarily , caught up in shock at both her own mistake and at Mr. Collins's harsh reaction.(12) But the full back momentarily lost his concentration and didn't seize the loose ball.(13) The other activities going on behind the desk stopped momentarily and the staff glanced at one another in quiet suspicion.(14) They momentarily suspend the action and draw attention to the writing process behind the story.(15) Let's just hope we've only momentarily lost sight of what really is.(16) Nevertheless, I was momentarily taken aback by this packaging revelation.
1. briefly ::
3. for a moment ::
4. for a second ::
bir soniya uchun
5. for an instant ::
bir zum uchun
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