Definition of 'immediately'
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Almost immediately I heard the crunch of a car running over it. THE EXECUTION (2002)I looked away immediately, through the window high up in the corner. THE EXECUTION (2002)It went on immediately, in a different, harsher tone, no longer singing. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2002)
A look of relief briefly lit his sallow features, like the flickering of a faulty fluorescent bulb, then immediately went out. ABOUT THE AUTHOR (2002)
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Translations for 'immediately'
British English: immediately /ɪˈmiːdɪətlɪ/ ADVERB
If something happens immediately, it happens without any delay.
He immediately ran for help.
- American English: immediately
- Arabic: فَوْراً
- Brazilian Portuguese: imediatamente
- Chinese: 立即
- Croatian: odmah
- Czech: okamžitě
- Danish: øjeblikkeligt
- Dutch: onmiddellijk
- European Spanish: inmediatamente
- Finnish: heti
- French: immédiatement
- German: unmittelbar
- Greek: αμέσως
- Italian: immediatamente
- Japanese: 早速
- Korean: 즉시
- Norwegian: omgående
- Polish: natychmiast
- European Portuguese: imediatamente
- Romanian: imediat
- Russian: немедленно
- Spanish: inmediatamente
- Swedish: omedelbart
- Thai: โดยทันที
- Turkish: anında
- Ukrainian: негайно
- Vietnamese: ngay lập tức
Definition of immediately from the Collins English Dictionary
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