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ready

adjective /ˈredi/ ( comparative readier, superlative readiest)
(opposite unready) prepared; able to be used etc immediately or when needed; able to do (something) immediately or when necessary
preparado (para), listo
I’ve packed our cases, so we’re ready to leave Is tea ready yet? Your coat has been cleaned and is ready (to be collected).
(opposite unready) willing
dispuesto (a)
I’m always ready to help.
quick
pronto
You’re too ready to find faults in other people He always has a ready answer.
likely, about (to do something)
a punto de
My head feels as if it’s ready to burst.
readiness noun
prontitud; disponibilidad
Everything was in a state of readiness for the guests.
readily adverb willingly
de buena gana
I’d readily help you.
without difficulty
fácilmente
I can readily answer all your questions.
ready cash noun ready money
dinero contante/en efectivo
We’re running short of ready cash.
ready-made adjective (especially of clothes) made in standard sizes, and for sale to anyone who wishes to buy, rather than being made for one particular person
hecho, confeccionado
a ready-made suit.
ready money noun coins and banknotes
dinero contante/en efectivo
I want to be paid in ready money, not by cheque.
ready-to-wear adjective (of clothes) ready-made
confeccionado, hecho
a ready-to-wear suit.
in readiness ready
preparado, listo
I want everything in readiness for his arrival.
(Definition of ready from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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