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  1. Cap1034

    What does this "since" mean?

    He owns a mansion on Kensington Palace Gardens, which he bought, in 2004, for forty-one million pounds. Since renovated, it has thirteen bedrooms, a cinema, an indoor-outdoor swimming pool, and armored-glass windows.

    Is this "since" an adverb, like this?
    It was since renovated and now it has thirteen bedroom?

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    Re: What does this "since" mean?

    Yes, "it has since been renovated", "it has been renovated since he bought it in 2004".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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