prompt adjective translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "prompt" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

prompt

adjective
 
 
/prɒmpt/ US  /prɑːmpt/
(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at the arranged time
迅速的;敏捷的;及時的
They've written back already - that was a very prompt reply.
他們已經回信了——答覆相當迅速。
They're usually fairly prompt in dealing with enquiries.
他們回覆諮詢通常都比較快。
Try to be prompt because we'll be very short of time.
儘量快點,因為我們時間很緊迫。
Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and activeFast and rapidShort in time
Translations of “prompt”
in Arabic فَوْري…
in Korean 신속한…
in Malaysian tepat pd waktunya…
in French prompt, ponctuel…
in Turkish ivedi, acil, tez…
in Italian sollecito…
in Russian немедленный…
in Polish natychmiastowy, niezwłoczny, punktualny…
in Vietnamese nhanh chóng…
in Spanish pronto, inmediato, puntual…
in Portuguese rápido, imediato…
in Thai ทันที…
in German She’s usually so prompt.prompt…
in Catalan ràpid…
in Japanese 迅速な, 素早い…
in Indonesian seketika…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迅速的, 敏捷的, 及时的…
(Definition of prompt adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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