English version

awhile

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishawhilea‧while /əˈwaɪl/ adverb  SHORT TIMEfor a short time
Examples from the Corpus
awhileSo sit down and stay awhile.I wanted to live awhile among those who had been part of his childhood and his last few years.Once you power them up and get a topic, what you see is people can glide for awhile on that topic.I waited awhile, then I rang again.Gil stood at the window awhile, watching boats.But if you rented a place to stay for awhile you would know.
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