Definition of 一旦 (いったん)

いったん

一旦

いったん

ittan

adverb
1.
once(usually kana)
2.
for a short time, briefly, temporarily(usually kana)
noun
3.
one morning(archaism)
Related Kanji
one, one radical (no.1)
daybreak, dawn, morning
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 33 results)

Once you start, carry it on

Once you have formed a bad habit, you can't get rid of it easily

Once she starts talking, there is no stopping her

Once you get to know her, she is very friendly

A bad habit, once formed, cannot easily be got rid of

Once you have begun to do something, never give up

ものごと
物事
はじ
始めた
いじょう
以上
とちゅう
途中
ほう
放棄
Once you have begun to do something, don't give up

えき
だいじょうぶ
大丈夫
みち
You'll find the way all right once you get to the station

Once a bad habit is formed, it is hard to get rid of it

Once you break the seal, you can't return the tape

Once you begin, you must continue

Once you have made a promise, you should keep it

ちゃくち
着地
かいぶつ
怪物
しゅんか
瞬間
ちょうや
跳躍
わた
私の
ずじょう
頭上
Having once landed the monster immediately jumped again and was over my head

You cannot take back what you have once lost

He doesn't behave himself once he's drunk

かのじょ
彼女
とうちゃ
到着
わた
私たち
しゅっぱ
出発
Once she arrives, we can start

Once you have made a promise, you must keep it

Once a thing is posted, it is in the care of the Post Office

こうしき
非公式に
ごう
合意
たっ
達した
あい
相手
けいやく
契約
はじ
始める
Once you have reached informal agreement, you should enter into a contract with the other party

きつえん
喫煙
はじ
始める
あくへき
悪癖
のぞ
取り除く
むず
難しい
Once you start smoking, it is difficult to get rid of that bad habit
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