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imminent

adjective /ˈiminənt/
(especially of something unpleasant) likely to happen etc very soon
inminente
A storm is imminent.
imminence noun
inminencia
the imminence of a tropical storm.
Translations of “imminent”
in French imminent…
in German bevorstehen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 臨近的,即將發生的…
in Russian надвигающийся, неминуемый…
in Turkish çok yakın, eli kulağında, yakında…
in Chinese (Simplified) 临近的,即将发生的…
in Polish nieuchronny, bliski…
(Definition of imminent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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