Translation of formerly in Spanish:


antes, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈfɔrmərli//ˈfɔːməli/


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    our formerly happy home nuestro otrora feliz hogar literary
    • It was formerly a health centre but for over a year had been empty and unused.
    • A pub named after him can be found on Broadwick Street, formerly Broad Street, in London.
    • It has a long and proud history and the building was formerly a row of weavers' cottages.
    • The first floor of Glendower House was also formerly the offices of the Tenby employment exchange.
    • Of course, ignominious ends for formerly beautiful actresses is a tale familiar to the point of cliche.
    • The nightclub was formerly Cloud Nine and had been in existence in the city for more than 20 years.
    • This was part of the redevelopment of the whole area formerly covered by the docks.
    • Such anecdotes illuminate the dry facts and dates in which the past was formerly embalmed.
    • The premises had also formerly operated as a guesthouse, and it faces on to Eyre Square.
    • I stared at the space that had formerly been occupied by the noticeboard.
    • The club formerly had its own grass courts at the top of Kingsbury Street but these were sold for redevelopment.
    • A chartered accountant by profession, he was formerly head of Clydesdale Bank Equity.
    • Gibson, who formerly worked in both private and public sector health care, sees some signs of change.
    • The listed building, formerly the Marvic Hotel, has since been twice extended.
    • The Conigre development transformed a formerly derelict area of the town into new homes.
    • His wife, Vanessa, formerly a Bradford probation officer, is now a divorce mediator.
    • Wagg Foods was formerly known as Page Feeds, which was founded in Tadcaster in 1923.
    • Above all, the idea was to create a beacon to further development in a formerly dilapidated area.
    • There is already a gated road formerly designated an emergency entrance to and exit from the hospital site.
    • What benefit to the public is there to pay salaries to those who formerly entered politics as a vocational choice?