The Word is:”then”

then

/ðɛn/
adverb
adverb: then

1. at that time; at the time in question.
“I was living in Cairo then”

synonyms: at that time, at that point, in those days; at that point in time, at that moment,
on that occasion
“I was living in Cairo then”

2. after that; next; afterwards.
“she won the first and then the second game”

synonyms: next, after that, afterwards, subsequently, later
“she won the first and then the second game”
  • also; in addition.
    “I’m paid a generous salary, and then there’s the money I’ve made at the races”

    synonyms: in addition, also, besides, as well, additionally, on top of that, over and above that,
    moreover, furthermore, what’s more, to boot; too
    “I’m paid a generous salary, and then there’s the money I make at the races”
  • 3. in that case; therefore.
    “if you do what I tell you, then there’s nothing to worry about”

    synonyms: in that case, that being the case, that being so, under those circumstances, it follows
    that
    “well, if that’s what he wants, then he should leave”
  • used at the end of a sentence to emphasize an inference being drawn.
    “so you’re still here then”
  • used to finish off a conversation.
    “see you in an hour then”
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