English translation of 'तुरंत'
1. easily adverb
You use easily to say that something happens more quickly than normal.
He always cried very easily.
2. immediate adjective
An immediate result, action, or reaction happens or is done without any delay.
These events had an immediate effect.
My immediate reaction was to laugh.
3. immediately adverb
He immediately ran for help.
Ingrid answered Peter's letter immediately.
4. immediately adverb
If something is immediately obvious, it can be seen or understood without any delay.
The reasons for this may not be immediately clear.
5. immediately conjunction
If one thing happens immediately after something else happens, it happens after that event, without any delay.
Immediately after you have finished, re-start your computer and check the hard disk.
6. just adverb
If you say that you are just doing something, you mean that you will finish doing it very soon. If you say that you are just going to do something, you mean that you will do it very soon.
I'm just making the sauce for the lamb.
I'm just going to walk down the lane now and post some letters.
7. once (in phrases)
If you do something at once, you do it immediately.
I have to go, I really must, at once.
8. spot (in phrases)
If you do something on the spot, you do it immediately.
He was sacked on the spot.
9. straight adverb
If you go straight to a place, you go there immediately.
We went straight to the experts for advice.
We'll go to the meeting and come straight back.
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Translation of तुरंत from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary