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meantime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmeantimemean‧time /ˈmiːntaɪm/ ●●○ adverb  1 DURING (also in the meantime) in the period of time between now and a future event, or between two events in the past syn meanwhile The doctor will be here soon. In the meantime, try and relax. I didn’t see her for another five years, and in the meantime she had got married and had a couple of kids.2 for the meantime
Examples from the Corpus
meantimeBut, meantime, get it open in front of you.Henderson, meantime, has adjusted well to the National League.Faulk and other would-be seniors, meantime, have enjoyed fine rookie seasons.More exhibits would appear in due course; meantime he did whatever jobs came his way.Overall loan demand, meantime, remained stable.But meantime the story is rich in symbolic significance for the travails of our age.
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