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Spanish translation of “early”

early

adverb /ˈəːli/ (comparative earlier, superlative earliest)
near the beginning (of a period of time etc)
en los inicios, al principio; pronto; temprano
early in my life early in the afternoon.
sooner than others; sooner than usual; sooner than expected or than the appointed time
temprano
He arrived early She came an hour early.
earliness noun
prontitud; precocidad
Despite the earliness of the hour, there were plenty of people in the streets.
early bird noun someone who gets up early or who acts before others do.
madrugador
(Definition of early from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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