2. (origen) d'abord; premièrement; auparavant
3. (pasado) autrefois; jadis; dans le temps; anciennement; dans le passé 4. (tiempo) plus tôt; auparavant; antérieurement
"Is Woloda at home?" came in Dubkoff's voice from the ante-room.
A young fellow entered the ante-room at this moment, with a bundle of papers in his hand.
Below him, behind the door, was an ante-room of some sort, with a stone slab floor.
As to the major-domo, he looked blackly at me, and showing me into a small ante-chamber he left me.
Graham did not once look back, he did not speak until the curtain of the ante-chamber of the great hall fell behind him.
He must pay a sum equal to the ante for each card.
It can fold, in which case the player wins a sum equal to the ante.
One is that the AWF error won't occur, because there are no reliable ex ante signs of rising potential instability.
If the player wishes to continue to play, he should ante up another bet, and begin a new round.
Old fashioned, too, she was; but ante-bellum glory did not radiate from her as it did from the major.