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Inglês Britânico: instant /ˈɪnstənt/ ADJECTIVE
You use instant to describe something that happens immediately.
He took an instant dislike to the woman.
- Inglês Americano: instant
- Árabe: سَرِيعٌ
- Português Brasileiro: imediato
- Chinês: 立即的
- Croata: trenutačan
- Tcheco: okamžitý
- Dinamarquês: øjeblikkelig
- Holandês: onmiddellijk
- Espanhol Europeu: instantáneo
- Finlandês: välitön
- Francês: instantané
- Alemão: sofortig
- Grego: στιγμιαίος
- Italiano: istantaneo
- Japonês: 即座の
- Coreano: 즉시의
- Norueguês: umiddelbar
- Polonês: nagły
- Português Europeu: imediato
- Romeno: imediat
- Russo: мгновенный
- Espanhol: instantáneo
- Sueco: omedelbar
- Tailandês: ทันทีทันใด
- Turco: anında
- Ucraniano: миттєвий
- Vietnamita: lập tức
Inglês Britânico: instant NOUN
An instant is an extremely short period of time.
For an instant, she was tempted to flee.
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