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early

adjective, adverb
 
 
/ˈɜːli/ (earlier, earliest)
BEGINNING A2 near the beginning of a period of time, process, etc
wczesny, wcześnie
the early 1980s It is too early to say whether he will recover completely.Early
BEFORE B1 before the usual time or the time that was arranged
wczesny, przedwczesny, przed czasem, za wcześnie
early retirement The plane arrived ten minutes early.Early
at the earliest used after a time or date to show that something will not happen before then
najwcześniej
Building will not begin until July at the earliest.Early
early on in the first stage or part of something
na początku, szybko
I lost interest quite early on in the book. →  See also it's early days Early
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