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9 thoughts on “ Soon

  1. See: (are) you leaving so soon? (I) hope to see you again (soon/sometime) (I) spoke too soon (I'll) see you (again) (real) soon (one) would (just) as soon (do something) a fool and his money are soon parted a little pot is soon hot anytime soon as quickly, much, soon, etc. as possible as soon as soon as as soon as possible Early ripe, early rotten fool.
  2. Synonyms for soon at parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for soon.
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  4. as soon as As soon as is a conjunction. You use as soon as to say that something will happen immediately after something else has happened. As soon as we get the tickets we'll send them to you.
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  6. "Soon" He soon changed his mind We didn't expect you to finish so soon Soon after that I left for Vienna She got back earlier than I'd expected - soon after lunch he hesitated to mention the idea of writing a biography so soon after the tragic death He rented a TV soon after moving into his apartment.
  7. Jun 19,  · Rhymes: uːn Adjective []. soon (comparative sooner, superlative soonest). Short in length of time from the present. I need the soonest date you have available. (US, dialect) early, W. H. Andrews: A Paul Green Reader, p Late in the evening we arrived at Quincy where we bivouacked for the night and taken a soon start the next morning to march to the arsenal.
  8. Describes something that we are told is coming soon (game updates, TV shows, etc.) but we have heard it enough times to know better. Whoever is saying x event will occur soon is considered to own the trademark on the word because they have used it so many times. See soon (tm) We're adding new stuff to the website Soon™.
  9. Soon means ‘a short time after now’ and ‘a short time after a point in the past’. Like many other short adverbs, we can use it in front position, mid position or end position, though we don’t use it in end .

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