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  • 81expeditious — I adjective accelerated, accomplished efficiently, active, alacritious, brisk, ceier, done quickly, done with expedition, efficient, express, fast, fleet, hasty, immediate, instant, maturus, prompt, promptus, punctual, quick, rapid, ready, snappy …

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  • 82precise — I adjective accurate, careful, clean cut, clear cut, close, correct, critical, defined, definite, detailed, determinate, diligens, distinct, elegans, even, exact, explicit, express, faithful, fastidious, faultless, finical, finicky, flawless,… …

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  • 83prompt — I adjective businesslike, eager, early, efficient, expeditious, immediate, instant, instantaneous, on time, precise, promptus, punctual, quick, ready, seasonable, speedy, spontaneous, summary, swift, timely, unhesitating, without delay associated …

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  • 84impress — v. 1) to impress deeply; favorably 2) (D; tr.) to impress as (she impressed me as a scholar) 3) (d; tr.) to impress on, upon (he tried to impress on them the importance of being punctual) 4) (D; tr.) to impress with (she impressed me with her… …

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  • 85franklin — FRÁNKLIN, franklini, s.m. Unitate de măsură a sarcinii electrice. – Din fr. franklin. Trimis de zaraza joe, 15.01.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  fránklin s. m. (sil. frank ), pl. fránklini; simb. Fr Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar… …

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  • 86late — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. tardy (see lateness); new, recent; former, sometime; deceased. See newness, past, death. Ant., early. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Tardy] Syn. too late, held up, overdue, stayed, postponed, put off,… …

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  • 87time — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Measurement of duration Nouns 1. time, duration; period, term, stage, space, span, spell, season; fourth dimension; the whole time; era, epoch, age, aeon; time of life; moment, instant, instantaneity,… …

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  • 88expeditious — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. speedy, quick, prompt; see fast 1 , punctual . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. quick, fast, speedy, prompt, efficient, swift, rapid, brisk, fleet, punctual, instant. ANT.: slow, leisurely, slothful III (Roget s… …

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  • 89Observance — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Observance >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 observance observance performance compliance acquiescence concurrence Sgm: N 1 obedience obedience &c. 743 Sgm: N 1 fulfillment fulfillment satisfaction discharge …

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  • 90point — [13] ‘Sharp end’ is the etymological notion underlying point. For it comes ultimately from Latin pungere ‘prick, pierce’ (source also of English expunge, poignant and pungent). The neuter form of its past participle, punctum, was used as a noun,… …

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  • 91punctuality — exactness, 1610s; see PUNCTUAL (Cf. punctual) + ITY (Cf. ity) …

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  • 92unpunctual — (adj.) 1740, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + PUNCTUAL (Cf. punctual) …

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  • 93keep good (or bad) time — 1》 (of a clock or watch) record time accurately (or inaccurately). 2》 be habitually punctual (or not punctual). → time …

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  • 94keep bad time — ► keep good (or bad) time 1) (of a clock or watch) record time accurately (or inaccurately). 2) be habitually punctual (or not punctual). Main Entry: ↑time …

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  • 95keep good time — ► keep good (or bad) time 1) (of a clock or watch) record time accurately (or inaccurately). 2) be habitually punctual (or not punctual). Main Entry: ↑time …

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  • 96point — [13] ‘Sharp end’ is the etymological notion underlying point. For it comes ultimately from Latin pungere ‘prick, pierce’ (source also of English expunge, poignant and pungent). The neuter form of its past participle, punctum, was used as a noun,… …

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  • 97on time — adverb at the expected time she always arrives on time * * * phrasal 1. a. : at the appointed time : punctually failed to arrive on time for his appointment b. : on sche …

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  • 98punc´tu|al|ness — punc|tu|al «PUHNGK chu uhl», adjective. 1. prompt; on time: »He is punctual to the minute. 2. being a point; resembling a point. 3. Mathematics. of or having to do with a point: »punctual coordinates. 4. Archaic. punctilious …

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  • 99punc´tu|al|ly — punc|tu|al «PUHNGK chu uhl», adjective. 1. prompt; on time: »He is punctual to the minute. 2. being a point; resembling a point. 3. Mathematics. of or having to do with a point: »punctual coordinates. 4. Archaic. punctilious …

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  • 100punc|tu|al — «PUHNGK chu uhl», adjective. 1. prompt; on time: »He is punctual to the minute. 2. being a point; resembling a point. 3. Mathematics. of or having to do with a point: »punctual coordinates. 4. Archaic. punctilious …

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