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As soon as possible.‘fill in your form and send it to us ASAP’
immediately, at once, instantly, directly, right away, straight away, now, that minute, this minute, that very minute, this very minute, that instant, this instant, then and there, there and then, here and now, in a flash, like a flash, instantaneously, by return, post-haste, without delay, without further ado, without more ado, without hesitation, unhesitatinglyView synonyms
- ‘We've been trying to push for an exchange of contracts asap and a completion date before the end of June (after that there is a very high chance of the chain collapsing above us and we'll lose the house we want to buy).’
- ‘If anyone has any information, please let me know asap.’
- ‘A spokesman for the group played down rift rumours and stressed that the Dublin gig would be rescheduled asap.’
- ‘I'll try to answer emails asap but things are manic here at the moment.’
- ‘Please contact me asap to arrange a time for the three of us to meet.’
- ‘We just wanted to get out of there asap so we asked for the check.’
- ‘We're working on it, and hope to have it fixed asap.’
- ‘I hope you feel better soon, and I'll try and express mail you some chicken noodle soup and some cough lollies asap.’
- ‘More signs are needed and the old ones removed asap.’
- ‘We are receiving all voice mails, so if you get our voice mail system rather than us directly, please leave us a message and we will return it asap.’
- ‘This afternoon he will hopefully be able to leave the fist-pump in room 101 and concentrate on his gameplan, which should be fairly simple - win and win asap.’
- ‘They did what they wanted and got out of there asap.’
- ‘Please send broadband to this electronic hinterland asap!’
- ‘I would like to get a gallery and info page up on my site asap.’
- ‘Places are still available, so call into the library and book in asap!’
- ‘I hope that this mess is sorted asap, and the right people put in the right positions so we can develop the town.’
- ‘If you're interested, I'd give them a call asap.’
- ‘It was to exclaim that I'm not staying in this backwater, but getting back on that plane to NYC asap.’
- ‘Seems the uneven pupil thing may be an indication of a deeper problem, and I need to have it checked out by a specialist asap.’
- ‘I have too many things elsewhere that I've left undone, that must be done up asap!’
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