elapsed - Arabisch
A good long time must have elapsed since the stairway was built.
A short time elapsed. Gregor lay there limply. All around was still. Perhaps that was a good sign.
Days would elapse before he could come back.
While sheltered in the darkness more time had elapsed than he had supposed. The sun was now very high. He saw in the garden more corpses in tragic and grotesque postures.
By multiplying the elapsed time by the speed of the car, Jim can determine the car's length.
Emmy was calculating eagerly the time that would elapse before the letter would arrive and be answered.
Eighteen months had elapsed since the National League for Democracy had won in the general election.
It might be that a long interval would elapse ere the White Whale was seen.
More than ten days elapsed before I had again any conversation with her.
No more than 14 hours shall elapse between the serving of the evening meal and the next substantial meal for patients.
(of time) having passed or slipped by