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promptly
[ˈprɒmptlɪ]
adverb
1. sin demora (rapidly); con puntualidad (punctually); inmediatamente (immediately)
promptly [ˈprɒmptlɪ]
adverb
(immediately) inmediatamente; (fast) [+pay, deliver, reply] rápidamente; con prontitud; (punctually) [+start, arrive] en punto; puntualmente
they left promptly at six partieron a las seis en punto; he flopped onto the sofa and promptly fell asleep se dejó caer en el sofá y se durmió inmediatamente
we need to act promptly to tackle these problems the Soviet Union responded promptly by counterattacking The Yankees promptly proceeded to score twice the theft should be reported promptly "cancel it" she said promptly radio interviewees managed to reply promptly to the most difficult of questions measures to induce people to pay more promptly he apologized and said he would arrive promptly in future make sure you arrive in plenty of time and start promptly
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