anon /əˈnɒn/

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I. adverb


‹archaic›
‹informal› soon; shortly

I’ll see you anon.
– origin Old English on ān ‘into one’, on āne ‘in one’. The original sense was ‘in or into one state, course, etc.’, which developed into the temporal sense ‘at once’.

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