Definition of 'as soon as'
Example sentences containing 'as soon as'
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They want to sort a deal as soon as we can. The Sun (2017)The airstrikes were halted as soon as this information was received. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She said that she alerted the police as soon as she realised what was happening. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Post as soon as possible once you collect your tenth token. The Sun (2017)As soon as they won one trophy they set their sights on the next. The Sun (2016)As soon as a room comes free we put it on the national refuge database. The Sun (2016)But she will want to meet the next President as soon as possible after their inauguration. The Sun (2016)We became a scalp as soon as we got into the play-off places. The Sun (2016)He sent her a telegram, pleading with her to get in touch as soon as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Just as soon as you stop crying. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And enthusiastic proponents want to see many more operations as soon as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This should be precise and made as soon as possible after the accident. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You might as well give in as soon as they apologise. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We have to get them back as soon as possible. The Sun (2013)This is a manager not afraid to make changes as soon as he detects things going awry. The Sun (2007)As soon as you say no you are blessed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You can get up and go as soon as you wake up. Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986) Just as soon as you attain to one ambition you see another one glittering higher up still. Anne of Green Gables (1872)Review your interview performance as soon as possible after the interview. How to Face Interviews (1981)Police want to quiz him as soon as he is well enough. The Sun (2012)But one thing was obvious as soon as the sun rose yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The jokes stop as soon as we go near hippos. The Sun (2013)Plus stats suggest getting back to work as soon as possible after sickness actually helps your recovery. The Sun (2010)They say that as soon as they walked in the door, something began happening within them. Christianity Today (2000) Just as soon as he's back from his hols. The Sun (2013)He'll be at work as soon as he is well. The Sun (2008)To speed things up, hand over your card as soon as all your goods have been scanned. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)It's apparent as soon as you walk though Edinburgh airport and drive into the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Let's face it, you knew it was going to be good as soon as you saw the first trailer. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He says she will have to look for somewhere else to live as soon as she is 18, in a couple of months. The Sun (2014)Then we left off going to school, and Father said we should go to a good school as soon as he could manage it. The Treasure Seekers (1899)Most do not act on those feelings, and many deny them as soon as they are felt, precisely because of the guilt such emotions stirs up. Know Your Own Mind (1991)
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