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soon

adverb
 
 
/suːn/
A2 after a short period of time
скоро, вскоре
I've got to leave quite soon. It's too soon to make a decision. He joined the company soon after leaving college.In the future and soon
as soon as B1 at the same time or a very short time after
как только
As soon as I saw her, I knew there was something wrong. They want it as soon as possible.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
sooner or later B2 used to say that you do not know exactly when something will happen, but you are sure that it will happen
рано или поздно
Sooner or later they'll realize that it's not going to work.In the future and soon
would sooner would prefer
предпочел бы
I'd sooner spend a bit more money than take chances with safety.Liking more
no sooner ... than used to show that something happens immediately after something else
не успел и …, как
No sooner had we got home than the phone rang.In the future and soon
Translations of “soon”
in Korean 곧…
in Arabic قَريبًا…
in French tôt, bientôt, plutôt…
in Italian fra poco, presto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不久,很快…
in Turkish birazdan, biraz sonra, yakında…
in Polish wkrótce, niedługo…
in Spanish pronto, en breve, dentro de poco…
in Portuguese logo, cedo…
in German bald, gern…
in Catalan aviat…
in Japanese もうすぐ, 間もなく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不久,很快…
(Definition of soon from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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