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shortly

adverb
 
 
/ˈʃɔːtli/
B2 If something is going to happen shortly, it will happen soon.
wkrótce
Our plans for the next year will be announced shortly.In the future and soon
shortly after/before sth B1 a short time after or before something
tuż przed/po czymś
He left here shortly after midnight.Short in timeTemporary
Translations of “shortly”
in Korean 얼마 안되어, 금방, 곧…
in Arabic باختِصار, قَريبًا…
in Portuguese em instantes, em breve…
in Catalan poc, aviat…
in Japanese 間もなく, すぐに, 近々…
in Italian entro poco tempo, tra breve…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不久,很快…
in Russian скоро, вскоре…
in Turkish hemen, az sonra, yakında…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不久,很快…
(Definition of shortly from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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