At once, immediately, straight away, right away, at the drop of a hat§Subito, immediatamente, all'istante, in un batter d'occhio

Below you find the Chinese word related to the following English terms:

- At once

- Immediately

- Straight away

- Right away

- At the drop of a hat§Subito

- Immediatamente

- All'istante

- In un batter d'occhio

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CHINESE WORD

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啊戴

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a5dai4
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At once, immediately, straight away, right away, at the drop of a hat§Subito, immediatamente, all'istante, in un batter d'occhio

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At once
Right away

SECTION 2:
MEANING OF EACH CHINESE CHARACTER

First character of the Chinese word 啊戴

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11
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-(Used at the end of a sentence to convey a feeling of admiration, an undertone of warning or doubt)
-(Used before a pause in order to attract attention)
-(Used after each item of a series of things)
-On and on

Some Chinese characters have more than one pronunciation. This is one of them!
It can be pronounced also a1. Pronounced that way, it means: oho, oh.
It can be pronounced also a2. Pronounced that way, it means: ho, oh Hey, eh, what.
It can be pronounced also a3. Pronounced that way, it means: o, oh Hey, eh, what What.
It can be pronounced also a4. Pronounced that way, it means: , oh Hey, eh, what What Well, yes; oh, ah; woe.

This character has two different traditional versions.

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-(same as simplified one's)
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-(same as simplified one's)

Second character of the Chinese word 啊戴

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17
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-Honor; put on; respect
-(A surname)

There's no difference between the simplified and the traditional version of this character.

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