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punctual

adjective
 
 
/ˈpʌŋktʃuəl/
WORKPLACE arriving at the time that has been agreed: The successful candidate will be efficient, neat, and punctual.be punctual for sth Please try and be punctual for the meeting.
happening at the time that has been agreed: punctual payment/service/delivery We are committed to providing a punctual and reliable service.
Translations of “punctual”
in Arabic دَقيق…
in Korean 시간을 엄수하는…
in Malaysian tepat pd masanya…
in French ponctuel…
in Turkish dakik…
in Italian puntuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 準時的,守時的…
in Russian пунктуальный…
in Polish punktualny…
in Vietnamese đúng giờ…
in Spanish puntual…
in Portuguese pontual…
in Thai ตรงเวลา…
in German pünktlich…
in Catalan puntual…
in Japanese 時間を守る, 時間に厳しい…
in Indonesian tepat waktu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 准时的,守时的…
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