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Translation of "punctual" - English-Spanish dictionary

punctual

adjective /ˈpaŋktʃuəl/
arriving etc on time; not late
puntual
Please be punctual for your appointment She’s a very punctual person.
punctuality /-ˈӕ-/ noun
puntualidad
punctually adverb on time
puntualmente, a la hora
He arrived punctually.
Translations of “punctual”
in Arabic دَقيق…
in Korean 시간을 엄수하는…
in Malaysian tepat pd masanya…
in French ponctuel…
in Turkish dakik…
in Italian puntuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 準時的,守時的…
in Russian пунктуальный…
in Polish punktualny…
in Vietnamese đúng giờ…
in Portuguese pontual…
in Thai ตรงเวลา…
in German pünktlich…
in Catalan puntual…
in Japanese 時間を守る, 時間に厳しい…
in Indonesian tepat waktu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 准时的,守时的…
(Definition of punctual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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