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Traducción en español de “soon”

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!’
(Definition of soon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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