Definition of sooner or later in English:

sooner or later

At some future time; eventually: you’ll have to tell him sooner or later
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  • Environmental changes in one area of the world eventually affect the rest sooner or later.
  • And some day, sooner or later, it will have a leader who acknowledges that fact with pride.
  • Marissa glared at him hoping that maybe he'd get the hint sooner or later and finally stop.
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