Traducción de timely en Español:

timely

oportuno, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈtaɪmli//ˈtʌɪmli/

adjetivo

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    oportuno
    • In the first case, a timely coup could be sufficient to avert an invasion.
    • I don't agree with everything he says but this is thoughtful stuff and timely.
    • He said that he had no concerns regarding the timely drafting of next year's budget.
    • There is nothing to reassure people that they will be given timely warning so that they can seek safety.
    • The obligation exists to give the principal timely warning of what he must do and when to protect himself.
    • She hopes it will serve as a timely warning because Scotland has an ageing population.
    • Meanwhile, prayers are going up thick and fast for the film and its timely release.
    • Overall, this is a timely and useful review of a topic that has assumed major importance in health care.
    • He hails from a middle class family and the sponsorship is very useful and timely.
    • We are not trying to make GPs reduce referrals, but to encourage a more timely and appropriate care.
    • It seems it was no small task for their worker bees to get these up in a timely fashion.
    • Most concerned fees, valuations and the timely passing on of information to buyers and sellers.
    • In other words, a plot element should be deployed in a timely fashion and with proper dramatic emphasis.
    • As a result, concerned citizens do not receive timely news about political issues that they want.
    • This adds unnecessary costs and hampers the ability to serve customers in a timely way.
    • I am looking to the Government to provide timely answers to ensure that people can sleep safe in their beds.
    • This also serves as a timely reminder to all members that renewal of membership is now due.
    • He hopes that it will serve as a timely reminder that going green really is a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
    • The arrangement will seek to ensure the timely flow of collections from the dealer.
    • It serves as a timely reminder of the bravery and determination of the Royal Navy and merchant seamen.