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timely

Saltos de línea: time¦ly
Pronunciación: /ˈtʌɪmli
 
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Definición de timely en inglés:

adjetivo (timelier, timeliest)

Done or occurring at a favourable or useful time; opportune: a timely warning
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He hails from a middle class family and the sponsorship is very useful and timely.
  • Overall, this is a timely and useful review of a topic that has assumed major importance in health care.
  • She hopes it will serve as a timely warning because Scotland has an ageing population.
Sinónimos
opportune, well timed, at the right time, prompt, punctual, convenient, appropriate, suitable, apt, fitting, expedient, felicitous
archaic seasonable

Derivados

timeliness

1
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Outcomes in acute coronary syndromes are influenced by the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and the timeliness of appropriate therapy.
  • Most of the cost involves labor availability and the timeliness of crop production practices.
  • The ability to do this effectively relied on the timeliness of the requests.

Words that rhyme with timely

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