English version

as yet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishas yetas yet[used in negatives]NOW until and including the present time – used to say that something has not happened although it may happen in the future We’ve had no word from Colin as yet. as
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as yetProblems of language and skills will place them at a disadvantage.There was, however, no evidence of worry as yet.Why is it that we have, as yet, achieved so little?The revelations will deeply embarrass the security services and lead to further accusations of incompetence as yet another operative tells his story.They had been married four years and were as yet childless.None of them had as yet discovered a deep, rewarding love.There was no idea as yet of the radiant gods of Olympus who would have loathed the hateful sacrifice.They had a fair daughter as yet unmarried.The as yet unnamed car will have a four litre V10 engine and will cost £95,000.
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