Immediately



[ih-mee-dee-it-lee] /ɪˈmi di ɪt li/

adverb
1.
without lapse of time; without delay; instantly; at once:
Please telephone him immediately.
2.
with no object or space intervening.
3.
closely:
immediately in the vicinity.
4.
without intervening medium or agent; concerning or affecting directly.
conjunction
5.
Chiefly British. the moment that; as soon as.
/ɪˈmiːdɪətlɪ/
adverb
1.
without delay or intervention; at once; instantly: it happened immediately
2.
very closely or directly: this immediately concerns you
3.
near or close by: he’s somewhere immediately in this area
conjunction
4.
(subordinating) (mainly Brit) at the same time as; as soon as: immediately he opened the door, there was a gust of wind
adv.

“without intervening time or space,” early 15c., from immediate + -ly (2).

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