English version

as (of) yet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas (of) yetas (of) yetNOWused when saying that something has not happened up to now We’ve had no luck as yet. on an as yet undecided date yet
Examples from the Corpus
as (of) yetThere are no details available as of yet.There is no necessity as yet.Local election results have not as yet been announced.No one seems to agree how consumers will respond to this long-delayed format that, as yet, can not record.As yet, no starting date has been set.There wasn't as yet that co-operation and warmth between them, although no doubt being on the road would bring that.But, as yet, the food hasn't reached Save because there are no lorries to transport it.However as yet they are untried in the context of insider dealing, and are likely to prove difficult to sustain.Victorine Meurent lived in another system of reference, in a narrative as yet unformulated and uncodified, but not uninhabited.They had a fair daughter as yet unmarried.Vic and Emelia split up and now Sarah has dumped Julia for an as yet unnamed new man.As of yet, we don't believe it was a drive-by shooting.
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