late Old English anon, earlier on an, literally "into one," thus "continuously; straightway (in one course), at once;" see one. By gradual misuse, "soon, in a little while" (1520s). A one-word etymological lesson in the enduring power of procrastination.
1. You shall see him anon.
2. There's a time when eaglet becomes lanneret , you can buy it anon .
3. We shall be friends again anon.
来自英汉文学 - 红字
4. " We shall have thee there anon!'said the witch - lady, frowning, as she drew back her head. "
" 我们下一次再在那儿见吧! " 那巫婆皱着眉头说罢, 就缩回了脑袋.
来自英汉 - 翻译样例 - 文学
5. And repair anon in them secondary qualities more glorious.