Betekenis van:

    • from this place
    "get thee hence!"
      • (used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result
      "the eggs were fresh and hence satisfactory"
      "we were young and thence optimistic"


        • from this time
        "a year hence it will be forgotten"


        1. Hence, loathed melancholy.
        2. Hence, I shall have to stay here.
        3. What will become of the world thirty years hence?
        4. It will be all the same a hundred years hence.
        5. Tibetan rug weavers use traditional designs and knotting. Hence their rugs have a simple, natural look.
        6. My sister lives in Boston, hence, I'll likely visit the area.
        7. Hence England is twice as populous as Spain, according to extent of territory.
        8. Hence 50 percent of the muscle can give way to fat.
        9. Hot liquids cool much more quickly in thin-walled teacups than in mugs; hence handles are de rigueur for teacups.
        10. Excessive reliance on monetary policy an attempt to curb inflation could unnecessarily constrain credit and hence business.
        11. Hence one can say that, of all political ideals, that of making people happy is the most dangerous.
        12. Hence the importance of the Barcelona Process and the European Neighbourhood Policy.
        13. Hence, the need for a directive on the labelling of these allergenic additives.
        14. Of all good properties, God is the entity that has the most of it. Existence is a good property. Hence, God is the entity that is the most existent of all.
        15. A language is the foremost expression or artifact of any national culture, hence a language that isn't an expression of any particular heritage, is doomed to remain a mere universalist manifestation devoid of concrete daily usage.