punctually

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English - Turkish
tam zamanında
tam vaktinde
gününde
saati saatine
punctual
dakik

O ona dakik olmasını tavsiye etti. - She advised him to be punctual.

Onun dakikliğine güvenemezsin. - You cannot calculate on his punctuality.

punctual
zamanında olan
punctual
zamanında yapan
punctual
zamanında gelen
punctual
vaktinde gelen
punctual
(sıfat) dakik
punctual
zamanında olan/yapan
punctual
dakika
English - English
In a punctual manner; on time
precisely; exactly; minutely

To understand that he is not punctually right, nor those from whom he differs absolutely wrong.

{a} exactly, scrupulously, nicely
at the proper time; "she was duly apprised of the raise
fastidiously, exactingly, strictly, meticulously
at the proper time; "she was duly apprised of the raise"
In a punctual manner; promptly; exactly
punctual
Existing as a point or series of points
punctual
prompt or on time

Luis is never late; he's the most punctual person I know.

punctual
observant and exact in points of time
punctual
{a} exact, scrupulous, strict, nice
punctual
Appearing or done at, or adhering exactly to, a regular or an appointed time; precise; prompt; as, a punctual man; a punctual payment
punctual
Observant of nice points; punctilious; precise
punctual
If you are punctual, you do something or arrive somewhere at the right time and are not late. He's always very punctual. I'll see if he's here yet. + punctually punc·tu·al·ly My guest arrived punctually. + punctuality punc·tu·al·ity I'll have to have a word with them about punctuality. arriving, happening, or being done at exactly the time that has been arranged = on time (punctualis, from punctum; POINT)
punctual
acting or arriving or performed exactly at the time appointed; "she expected guests to be punctual at meals"; "he is not a particularly punctual person"; "punctual payment"
punctual
{s} exacting, fastidious; prompt, on time
punctual
Expressing momentary action that has no duration
punctual
Consisting in a point; limited to a point; unextended
punctually

    Hyphenation

    punc·tu·al·ly

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'p&[ng]k-ch&-w&l, ] (adjective.) 1675. Middle English, having a sharp point, from Medieval Latin punctualis of a point, from Latin punctus pricking, point, from pungere to prick; more at PUNGENT.

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