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  • 41early — see the early bird catches the worm the early man never borrows from the late man early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise …

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  • 42Early — /err lee/, n. Jubal Anderson /jooh beuhl/, 1816 94, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War. * * * (as used in expressions) Early American furniture Early Netherlandish art Early Jubal Anderson * * * …

    Universalium

  • 43early on — 1. adjective Early in a process. 2. adverb At an early stage. Those who got rich were those who joined the company very early on and took some of their pay in stock …

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  • 44early — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Near the beginning] Syn. initial, first, ancient, prehistoric, primitive, primeval, primal, pioneer, pioneering, trailblazing, beginning, prime, new, fresh, budding, raw; see also old 3 . Ant. late*, modern,… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 45early — [OE] Broken down into its equivalent parts in modern English, early means ‘before ly’. It was a compound formed from Old English ǣr (ancestor of modern English ere ‘before’) and the adverb ending ly, modelled probably on the parallel Old Norse… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 46early — adv 1. initially, at the start, early in the game, Chiefly Brit. early on, Scot. timeously. 2. at daybreak, matutinally, at the break or crack of dawn, with cock s crow, with the birds. 3. prematurely, precociously, too soon; untimely, ahead of… …

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  • 47early — / ɜ:lɪ/ adjective, adverb before the usual time ● The mail arrived early. ● We retired early and bought a house in Cornwall. ♦ at an early date very soon …

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  • 48early — / ɜ:lɪ/ adjective, adverb before the usual time ● The mail arrived early. ♦ to take early retirement to retire from work before the usual age ■ adjective at the beginning of a period of time ● He took an early flight to Paris …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 49early — [OE] Broken down into its equivalent parts in modern English, early means ‘before ly’. It was a compound formed from Old English ǣr (ancestor of modern English ere ‘before’) and the adverb ending ly, modelled probably on the parallel Old Norse… …

    Word origins

  • 50early on — adverb Date: 1928 at or during an early point or stage < the reasons were obvious early on in the experiment > Usage: This adverb is sometimes objected to in American writing as an obtrusive Briticism. It is a relative newcomer to the language,&#8230; …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 51early on — in the early part of a process or activity Mr Wood decided quite early on that he was not right for the job …

    English dictionary

  • 52early — See: BRIGHT AND EARLY …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 53early — See: BRIGHT AND EARLY …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 54early — See early, soon …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 55early — Synonyms and related words: a priori, advanced, ages ago, ahead, ahead of time, already, anachronistic, ancient, anciently, antecedent, antedated, antediluvian, anterior, anticipative, anticipatory, antiquated, antique, away back, back, backward …

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  • 56Early — Original name in latin Early Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/Chicago longitude 31.7421 latitude 98.94561 altitude 430 Population 2762 Date 2011 05 14 …

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  • 57early — See: bright and early …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 58early on — shortly after the beginning. He decided early on that this was the perfect school for him …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 59Early — Sp Èrlis Ap Early L JAV: apyg. (Džordžija), mst. (Teksasas) …

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  • 60early —   Koke, mua, hiki mua, miki ala.    ♦ Early morning, kakahiaka nui …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary