Translation of forthwith in Spanish:

forthwith

inmediatamente, adv.

Pronunciation: /fɔːθˈwɪθ//fɔːθˈwɪð//fɔrθˈwɪθ/

adverb

formal, literary

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    inmediatamente
    • I shall be instructing my bank to cancel my direct debit to them forthwith.
    • He did not claim asylum at the airport because he was afraid that he would be returned forthwith to Malaysia.
    • These costs are not payable forthwith but will be paid in any event of the cause.
    • Property lodged with the creditor has, thereupon, to be returned by him forthwith.
    • I have been commanded to return them to the property forthwith so they can be consulted at a moment's notice.
    • I will retract my tuition forthwith and find a profession more suited to the quiet dignity of my sunset years.
    • A short while later, we heard a distant bugle and forthwith the entire camp marched down.
    • Right, well, I am left with no option but to dismiss you forthwith and to insist on your immediate deportation.
    • We will be taking these golf carts and returning to London forthwith.
    • If he's gotten the word to spin this their way, that dynamic will change forthwith.
    • In order to ensure the continuing maintenance and supply of water it is essential that all outstanding rates are paid forthwith.
    • It is an evil application, and should be banned forthwith.
    • All arrears owed for Mark's tutoring are to be paid by Mr. Zito forthwith.
    • Sure, the pressure feels real - and, naturally, I will be embarking on the Greek Doctor's diet forthwith.
    • The sum of $43,000 will be paid forthwith to the solicitors of each party.
    • To correct this impression, I stopped making those cracks forthwith.
    • They must rediscover their hunting instincts forthwith.
    • There is a more pernicious red herring that needs to be smelled out forthwith.
    • It is clear that the Lincoln belongs to Yorkdale and should be returned to it forthwith.
    • Neither cost orders, which were made payable forthwith, have been paid.