soon englannista suomeksi
Short in length of time from the present.
''I need the soonest date you have available.''
1992, W. H. Andrews: ''A Paul Green Reader'', p 129:
- Late in the evening we arrived at Quincy where we bivouacked for the night and taken a soon start the next morning to march to the arsenal.
1997, Dorothy Stanaland Samuel, Taliaferro Leslie Samuel: ''The Samuell/Samuel Families of Tidewater Virginia'', p 148:
- Got up pretty early, ate a soon breakfast, had the sulky and was about to start to Newtown when it commenced raining..
2000, Laurence G. Avery: ''A Paul Green Reader'', p 220:
- They were different from colored folks who had to be out to get a soon start.
Within a short time; quickly.
(RQ:Maxwell Mirror and the Lamp), down the nave to the western door.(..)At a seemingly immense distance the surpliced group stopped to say the last prayer.
1937, (w), ''(w)'', University of Illinois Press, 1978, Chapter 6, p. 87,https://archive.org/details/theireyeswerewat00hur_a4l
- “Been huntin’ fuh mah mule. Anybody seen ’im?” he asked.
- “Seen ’im soon dis mornin’ over behind de school-house,” Lum said. “’’Bout ten o’clock or so. He musta been out all night tuh be way over dere dat early.”
Readily; willingly; used with ''would'', or some other word expressing will.
1713, (w), ''The Guardian'' No. 101
- I would as soon see a river winding through woods or in meadows, as when it is tossed up in so many whimsical figures at Versailles.