Hindi translation of 'soon'
soon /suːn सून्/
Word forms: sooner, soonest
If something is going to happen soon, it will happen after a short time.
निकट भविष्य में
This chance came sooner than I expected.
We must catch this man, and the sooner the better.
If something happened soon after a particular time or event, it happened a short time after it.
Soon afterwards he left his wife.
If you say that something happens as soon as something else happens, you mean that it happens immediately after the other thing.
You'll never guess what happened as soon as I left my room.
If you say that something will happen sooner or later, you mean that it will happen, though it might take a long time.
आज नहीं तो कल
कभी न कभी
If you say that no sooner has one thing happened than another thing happens, you mean that the second thing happens immediately after the first thing.
No sooner had he arrived in Rome than he was kidnapped.
If you say that you would sooner do something, you mean that you would prefer to do it.
I'd sooner not talk about it.
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Example Sentences Including 'soon'
Although if they don't get here soon , winter will be on us.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She needed to be brought down a peg or two, as he had been, and soon.TREASON KEEP (2001)
She understood the reason for his caution as soon as he opened his mouth.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'soon' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قَرِيباً
- Brazilian Portuguese: em breve
- Chinese: 很快
- Croatian: uskoro
- Czech: brzy
- Danish: snart
- Dutch: spoedig
- European Spanish: dentro de poco
- Finnish: pian
- French: bientôt
- German: bald
- Greek: σύντομα
- Italian: presto
- Japanese: まもなく
- Korean: 곧
- Norwegian: snart
- Polish: niedługo
- Portuguese: em breve
- Romanian: curând
- Russian: скоро
- Spanish: dentro de poco
- Swedish: snart
- Thai: ไม่นาน
- Turkish: kısa zamanda
- Ukrainian: скоро
- Vietnamese: sớm
Translation of soon from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary