hence definition

  • adverb:
    • because of this; for that reason: handmade and therefore costly.
    • out of this resource: They was raised in the Sudan; hence their attention in Nubian art.
    • From this time; from now: annually ergo it should be forgotten.
    • with this destination; from here: Get you therefore!
    • with this life.
    • from right here, out of this location, away
    • in the foreseeable future from today
    • as a result; consequently, because of this
    • out of this time, from now
    • out of this place; away.
    • with this time; as time goes on.
    • out of this explanation; therefore; -- as an inference or deduction.
    • using this source or source.
    • out of this location
    • with this time
    • (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or thus
  • verb:
    • To deliver away.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To send away.
  • others:
    • out of this spot; from or from here.
    • From this time; in the foreseeable future.
    • For this cause or reason; because of, or an inference or a deduction from, one thing only claimed.
    • with this resource or original.
    • To send away; despatch.
    • To go thus; subside: leave.

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