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 Translation for 'now' from English to Russian
NOUN   now | -
SYNO at present | now | nowadays | ...
сейчас {adv}now
8
теперь {adv}now
3
сейчас же {adv}right now
с данного момента {adv}as of now
идиом.
время от времени {adv}
now and again
Сейчас он должен быть там.He should be there now.
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Usage Examples English
  • This building was one of Dublin's six original rail termini, the others being Westland Row (now Pearse Station) Amiens Street (now Connolly Station), Kingsbridge (now Heuston Station), North Wall and Harcourt Street (now a bar and nightclub complex).
  • The "Wauwatosa News-Times" (now "Wauwatosa NOW") dates back to March 1899, the "West Allis Star" (now "Greenfield-West Allis NOW") was first published on December 14, 1916, and the "Whitefish Bay Herald" (now "North Shore NOW") first issue was released on June 12, 1930.
  • Tsuji's school spread mainly in four domains: Himeji (now a city in Hyogo Prefecture), Isezaki (now part of Gunma Prefecture), Koromo (now Toyota city of Aichi Prefecture) and Tosa (now Kochi Prefecture).
  • NOW published a national newsletter, "Do It NOW", beginning in 1970, edited by Muriel Fox. From 1977, the journal has been known as the "National NOW Times" (...).
  • In 1924, it was split into Karakalpak Autonomous Oblast (now Karakalpakstan), Kara-Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast (now Kyrgyzstan), Tajik ASSR (now Tajikistan), Turkmen SSR (now Turkmenistan), and Uzbek SSR (now Uzbekistan).

  • A small caravan on the 'Castle Green' at the foot of Carrick's 12th-century Norman Castle gave home to presenters on the first day including Paul Buckle (now BBC NI), Stuart Robinson (now Cool FM /Downtown), Ricky K (now Citybeat), Natasha Sayee (now BBC NI) and Eddie West (now Cool FM / Downtown).
  • The town was composed only of the following barrios: "Nipaon" now Ichon, "Hingatigan" now Amparo, "Maypague" now Aguinaldo, "Catong" now Flordeliz and "Panasawa" now San Roque.
  • The people of the old Calagan were originally from Ilihan (now Panikian), Calagan (now Calagda-an), Parasao (now Palasao) and Bayuyo (now Union, Manga and San Antonio).
  • Upon dissolution, the Turkestan ASSR was split into Uzbek SSR (now Uzbekistan), Turkmen SSR (now Turkmenistan) with the Tajik ASSR (now Tajikistan), Kara-Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast (now Kyrgyzstan), and Karakalpak Autonomous Oblast (now Autonomous Republic of Uzbekistan as Karakalpakstan).
  • Mazi Odugbo Ajonu also begat Mazi Eme Agwara now at Umuogwara Nnono, Mazi Ebula Ọgụ now Ogbuebulle, Mazi Awuru Ogu, now Umu Awuru at Ibere and Mazi Odu, now the Lodu at Ibeku.

  • Later were added other cities in north-central Dalmatia, like Sebenicum (now Šibenik), Flumen (now Rijeka), and Pagus (now Pag).
  • Romedy Now's HD counterpart was earlier known as Romedy Now+, was launched along with Romedy Now, which was renamed Romedy Now HD later and shut down on 1 August 2021.
  • There were four TV channels: TV1 (now SABC1), TV2 (now SABC2), TV3 (now SABC3), and later came Etv.
  • The Kahar have now abandoned their traditional occupation of palanquin bearing, and are now mainly a community of agriculturists. They now cultivate paddy, wheat, jute and vegetables.
  • UltimateHits Limited was also a subsidiary of All Around the World Productions, hence NOW Music (Greatest Hits TV's replacement, now Now 80s) is an AATW channel.

  • His other restorations include the town hall of Lőcse (now Levoča, Slovakia) and churches at Ákos (now Acâș in Romania), Karcsa and Pozsony (now Bratislava, Slovakia).
  • During his year in France, his friends included Montague Don (now a BBC presenter) and Ernst Brunner (now a Swedish poet and novelist); and at Harvard, Mira Nair (now a film-maker) and Julie Agoos (now a poet).
  • Some of the barrios that formerly comprised Paniqui were "San Roque", now Cuyapo; "Barong", now Gerona; "San Jose De Camiling", now Camiling; "Bani", now Ramos; "San Ramon", now Moncada; and Anao.
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