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immediate

adjective /iˈmiːdiət/
happening at once and without delay
inmediato
an immediate response.
without anyone etc coming between
inmediato, directo
His immediate successor was Bill Jones.
close
inmediato
our immediate surroundings.
immediately adverb at once
inmediatamente
He answered immediately.
(Definition of immediate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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