English adverb: hence
|1.||hence (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result|
|Samples||Therefore X must be true.|
The eggs were fresh and hence satisfactory.
We were young and thence optimistic.
It is late and thus we must go.
The witness is biased and so cannot be trusted.
|Synonyms||so, thence, therefore, thus|
|2.||hence from this place|
|Samples||Get thee hence!.|
|Domain usage||archaicism, archaism|
|3.||hence from this time|
|Samples||A year hence it will be forgotten.|