immediately definition

  • adverb:
    • straight away.
    • Without an intermediary; directly: satisfied utilizing the events straight away active in the match.
    • In a sudden manner; instantly or without delay.
    • In an instantaneous way; without intervention of every other person or thing; proximately; straight; -- in opposition to mediately.
    • Without interval of the time; immediately; quickly; instantly; simultaneously.
    • when. Cf. Straight, 8, Note.
    • immediately or doubt; without any time intervening
    • near or close by
    • bearing a sudden relation
  • conjunction:
    • As soon as; straight: They phoned instantly they achieved residence.
    • Indicates that the dependent clause defines something that takes place immediately after the independent clause's referent does.
  • others:
    • In a sudden manner; minus the input of anything; proximately; straight.
    • Without lapse of the time; without delay; instantly.
    • Synonyms Instantaneously, quickly, forthwith, straightway.

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