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Traducción en español de “soon”

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soon

adverb /suːn/
in a short time from now or from the time mentioned
pronto, en breve, dentro de poco
They’ll be here sooner than you think I hope he arrives soon.
early
pronto, temprano
It’s too soon to tell.
willingly
antes, (prefiero estar de pie antes de estar sentado)
I would sooner stand than sit.
as soon as (not later than the moment) when
en cuanto, tan pronto como
You may have a biscuit as soon as we get home.
no sooner … than when … immediately
apenas
No sooner had we set off than we realized we’d left the dog behind.
sooner or later eventually
tarde o temprano
He’ll come home sooner or later, I suppose.
the sooner the better as quickly as possible
cuanto antes mejor
’When shall I tell him?’ ’The sooner the better!’
Traducciones de “soon”
en coreano 곧…
en árabe قَريبًا…
en francés tôt, bientôt, plutôt…
en italiano fra poco, presto…
en chino (tradicionál) 不久,很快…
en ruso скоро, вскоре…
en turco birazdan, biraz sonra, yakında…
en polaco wkrótce, niedługo…
en portugués logo, cedo…
en alemán bald, gern…
en catalán aviat…
en japonés もうすぐ, 間もなく…
en chino (simplificado) 不久,很快…
(Definition of soon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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