Translation of quondam in Spanish:

quondam

otrora, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkwɑndəm//ˈkwɑnˌdæm//ˈkwɒndəm//ˈkwɒndam/

adjective

literary

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    otrora literary
    • Whiston's openness in this regard is likely one of the reasons Newton eventually broke with his quondam disciple.
    • According to his brief official biography, this quondam insurance broker entered the House of Lords a year after inheriting a title from his grandfather, in 1986.
    • Thus they would not have mindlessly and naively misjudged the imperialist treaty diplomacy of the Soviet Union, quondam ally of Nazi Germany.
    • To this quondam mid-Warwickshire suburbanite, who liked to think that his Cotswold relatives conferred a kind of rusticity, it brought back his own first encounter with Bristol some time in the spring of 1956, just turned seventeen.