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Translation of "prompt" - English-Spanish dictionary

prompt

adjective /prompt/
acting, or happening, without delay or punctually pronto, inmediato; puntual a prompt reply I’m surprised that she’s late. She’s usually so prompt.
promptly adverb
immediately con prontitud, inmediatamente He promptly accepted my offer.
punctually puntualmente, a la hora They arrived promptly.
promptness noun
prontitud; puntualidad Thank you for the promptness of your reply.
at one/two etc o’clock prompt
punctually at one/two etc o’clock en punto You must meet us there at three o’clock prompt.
Translations of “prompt”
in Arabic فَوْري…
in Korean 신속한…
in Malaysian tepat pd waktunya…
in French prompt, ponctuel…
in Turkish ivedi, acil, tez…
in Italian sollecito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 迅速的, 敏捷的, 及時的…
in Russian немедленный…
in Polish natychmiastowy, niezwłoczny, punktualny…
in Vietnamese nhanh chóng…
in Portuguese rápido, imediato…
in Thai ทันที…
in German She’s usually so prompt.prompt…
in Catalan ràpid…
in Japanese 迅速な, 素早い…
in Indonesian seketika…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迅速的, 敏捷的, 及时的…
(Definition of prompt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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