Translation for 'sooner or later' from English to Russian
рано или поздно {adv}sooner or later
Partial Matches
скорее {adv}sooner
позже {adv}later
unverified поздний {adj}later
потом {adv}later (on)
или {conj}or
Сладость или гадость!
Trick or treat!
так или иначе {adv}in one way or another
неназванный {adj}untitled (not named or mentioned)
unverified узнать (быть в курсе)to hear of (learn that sth or sb exists)
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Usage Examples English
  • As of now there is no regulation for telecallers to classify an abandoned call or allowed percentage as yet, but it will come sooner or later.
  • His supposed instruction to the son of the Standard Oil fortune was to echo in public relations henceforth: "Tell the truth, because sooner or later the public will find out anyway.
  • In Peirce's view, the truth is nominally defined as a sign's correspondence to its object and pragmatically defined as the ideal final opinion to which sufficient investigation "would" lead sooner or later.
  • Some legal experts believe that the ultimate solution for Indian government is to formulate a law for CBI as sooner or later the Supreme Court may hold the constitution of CBI unconstitutional.
  • Throughout the Peninsular War he played down French defeats convinced that sooner or later Napoleon would triumph, and he did all he could to bring about a withdrawal of Britain from the continent.

  • Termination: when a node is correct, sooner or later each read and write operation will complete.
  • Referring to this fact Rudyard Kipling once said "If you truly wish to find someone you have known and who travels, there are two points on the globe you have but to sit and wait, sooner or later your man will come there: the docks of London and Port Said".
  • Havelock Ellis has many cases of this meeting of the minds: the man who yearns to get pressed on by high heels sooner or later meets the woman who has daydreamed all her life of heel-pressing".
  • These measurements demonstrate that the radio waves can arrive 1–2 seconds sooner or later in a systematic fashion over a number of years.
  • Sture knew that sooner or later, a war with King Hans of Denmark (died 1513) or his son and successor King Christian II would be inevitable. Therefore, in 1513 he agreed to a truce with Russia.

  • In January 2011, TobyMac stated that a reunion tour would probably happen "sooner or later", but not in the near future.
  • Rock examples include the long jam at the ends of "Loose Change" by Neil Young and Crazy Horse and "Sooner or Later" by King's X.
  • On September 5, 1929, he gave a speech in which he proclaimed, "Sooner or later a crash is coming, and it may be terrific."
  • Weinberg, "If we lived long enough, sooner or later we all would get cancer."
  • However, because the actors sooner or later over-identify with their roles, some of the other attractions go terribly wrong.

  • Many economists have regarded this as unrealistic, believing that rational individuals would sooner or later realize the trend and take it into account in forming their expectations.
  • New features in either editor usually show up in the other sooner or later.
  • In the short term these subsidies are helping to ease the burden but they cannot keep rising indefinitely, and sooner or later the load will have to be shared out.
  • Writing a few days later, Gaitskell claimed to have felt that "sooner or later [...] would have to go, but I was not sure whether this was the right moment" (19 March).
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