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speedily
American English: /ˈspidəli/
British English: /ˈspiːdɪli/

Translation of speedily in Spanish:

adverb

  • con toda prontitud
    Example sentences
    • Persistent young offenders were dealt with speedily, and victims were treated with proper consideration and given good support.
    • I will press for the investigation to be conducted speedily.
    • Aid workers said law-and-order must be speedily restored to avert a humanitarian disaster.

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