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appositive in grammar, a word, phrase, or clause that functions as a noun and is placed, without a conjunction, immediately after a noun or noun equivalent that refers to the same person, place, or thing, such as "a devoted scholar" in "my mother, a devoted scholar". [1/2 definitions]
apprehend to understand the meaning of, esp. immediately and without conscious thought processing. [1/4 definitions]
at once now; immediately; without any delay. [1/2 definitions]
attributive in grammar, indicating an attribute, as adjectives and adverbs that immediately precede the words they modify. [1/3 definitions]
back-to-back following immediately after another; in consecutive order. [1/2 definitions]
cap rock the solid rock layer that is immediately over a deposit of oil, gas, salt, or the like.
captain a commissioned officer of the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marines holding the rank immediately below major. [2/8 definitions]
direct of consequences or results, immediately following or resulting from a cause. [1/14 definitions]
direct action a form of non-violent political action using immediately available means of communication, disruption, and confrontation, such as picketing, boycotts, demonstrations, and roadblocks.
distant not immediately related; not close. [1/3 definitions]
durable (pl.) durable goods, such as cars and machines, that are not immediately consumed or readily worn out. [1/2 definitions]
executable a file containing a program that will run immediately upon opening. [1/2 definitions]
first off before anything else; immediately.
forte-piano loud and then immediately soft (used as a musical direction).
forthwith without delay or hesitation; immediately.
hereon immediately after this. [1/2 definitions]
hereupon immediately after this. [1/2 definitions]
Holy Week the week immediately before Easter Sunday.
indirect of results or consequences, not immediately following from causes. [1/3 definitions]
instantaneous happening or done immediately or at the same instant.
instanter in law, immediately; instantly.