Immediacy



[ih-mee-dee-uh-see] /ɪˈmi di ə si/

noun, plural immediacies.
1.
the state, condition, or quality of being immediate.
2.
Often, immediacies. an immediate need:
the immediacies of everyday living.
3.
Philosophy.

n.

c.1600, from immediate + -cy.

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