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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 10

Here you will learn some English words about time, such as "beforehand", "indefinitely", "instant", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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beforehand
[adverb]
before an event or an action
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forthcoming
[adjective]
about to take place
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chronologically
[adverb]
in the order in which events, actions, or items occurred, following a timeline or sequence
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indefinitely
[adverb]
for an unspecified period of time
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to date
[adverb]
up until now
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for the time being
[adverb]
for a limited period, usually until a certain condition changes
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from time to time
[adverb]
without a fixed schedule or pattern
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in due course / time
[adverb]
at the appropriate or expected time, without rushing or delay
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yearlong
[adjective]
continuing the whole year
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instant
[noun]
a moment or a certain point in time
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spell
[noun]
a short period of time of something particular
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chapter
[noun]
a specific period of time in history or in someone's life
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dusk
[noun]
the time after sun sets that is not yet completely dark
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eternity
[noun]
time that is endless
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midsummer
[noun]
the middle part of summer when it is hottest
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midwinter
[noun]
the middle part of winter when it is coldest
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solstice
[noun]
either of the two times of the year when the sun reaches its farthest or closest distance from the equator
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quarter
[noun]
one fourth of a year, which is a period of three months
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leap year
[noun]
a year in every four years that has 366 days instead of 365
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alternate
[adjective]
(of two things) regularly happening one after another
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continual
[adjective]
happening repeatedly in an annoying or problematic way
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consecutive
[adjective]
continuously happening one after another
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successive
[adjective]
happening one after another
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eternal
[adjective]
continuing or existing forever
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eventual
[adjective]
happening at the end of a process or a particular period of time
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imminent
[adjective]
(particularly of something unpleasant) likely to take place in the near future
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lengthy
[adjective]
continuing for too long
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occasional
[adjective]
happening or done from time to time, not frequently
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prospective
[adjective]
likely to occur soon
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simultaneous
[adjective]
taking place at precisely the same time
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latter
[adjective]
closest to the end of a particular period of time
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nightly
[adjective]
occurring every night
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yearly
[adjective]
appearing or happening once a year
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year-round
[adjective]
happening the whole year
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extension
[noun]
a period of time added to something to prolong it
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around the clock
[adjective]
non-stop and continues through the whole day and night
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get-go
[noun]
a point in time when something begins or is started
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longstanding
[adjective]
having continued or existed for a long time
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longtime
[adjective]
having had a specific role for a long time
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anno Domini
[adverb]
used to refer to a date that is after the birth of Jesus Christ
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in the same / next breath
[phrase]
used when something happens almost at the same time as another
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before Christ
[adverb]
marking the years before Christ's supposed birth
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Common Era
[adverb]
used with a date to refer to things happened or existed after the birth of Christ
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