now that
Conjunction
  1. As a consequence of the fact that; since.
    Now that you mention it, I am kind of hungry.
    Now that we're all here, let's start the meeting. / Let's start the meeting now that everyone's here.
    Now that the kids have left home we've got a lot of extra space.
    Now that I've got a car I can visit her more often.
    Now that we know each other a little better, we get along fine.
    Now that I think of it, I acted the same way when I was his age.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: maintenant que
  • Portuguese: agora que
  • Russian: тепе́рь, когда́
  • Spanish: ahora que



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