Definition of tout de suite in English:

tout de suite

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Pronunciation: /ˌtuː də ˈswiːt
 
, tu d(ə) sɥit/

adverb

Immediately; at once: she left tout de suite
More example sentences
  • Their appalling techno recreation of Pink Floyd's ‘Comfortably Numb’ stormed UK dancefloors and ‘Laura,’ with its nauseatingly catchy piano/bass interplay and George Michael dramatics, will likely follow tout de suite.

Origin

French, literally 'quite in sequence'.

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