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as soon as

at the moment that; at the time that; when. I fell asleep as soon as I lay down. John ate dinner as soon as he came home.
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as soon as

when We'll come as soon as we can.
Related vocabulary: as soon as possible
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as soon as something

immediately after something As soon as the kids fall asleep, the phone rings.
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as soon as

1. When, just after, as in Please call me as soon as dinner is ready, or As soon as the sun goes down, the temperature drops dramatically. [Late 1200s]
2. At the earliest moment that, as in Telephone me as soon as you can. It often takes the form as soon as possible, meaning at the earliest possible moment, as in He'll finish the work as soon as possible. This expression employs possible in the sense of "if it can or could be," a usage dating from the late 1600s.
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The Company presently meets the requirements for listing on the NASDAQ SmallCap Market and intends to submit application to NASDAQ for such listing as soon as possible after completion of registration with the SEC.
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Then get in touch with your insurance company as soon as possible.
Then the company can arrange to have an insurance adjuster contact you as soon as possible and, if necessary, help with immediate living expenses," Hillis explained.
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