[ ey-sap ]
/ ˈeɪ sæp /
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without delay; promptly.
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Origin of ASAP
First recorded in 1990–95; from A.S.A.P. “as soon as possible”
Words nearby ASAP
A-sample, asana, Asansol, Asante, Asantehene, ASAP, asarabacca, Asarah Betevet, asarotum, as a rule, asarum
Other definitions for ASAP (2 of 2)
as soon as possible.
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How to use ASAP in a sentence
Someone needs to strap a jet pack on Dr. Drew and send him up to unpack these daddy issues, ASAP.You Can't Unsee Billy Ray Cyrus’s Pseudo Hip Hop ‘Achy Breaky 2’|Amy Zimmerman|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Replacing the judging finger wag was the rapid mouse-clicking of lustful fans trying to find the photos ASAP.Pictures of Justin Bieber Naked Leak, and We Just Don’t Know How to Feel|Kevin Fallon|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
You should already have Rod's blog bookmarked, but if you don't, get that fixed ASAP.You Can't Make This Up: A Conservative Francophile|Justin Green|October 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And I fully expect that Romney staffers and spinners will be arguing for the other candidates to drop out ASAP.Despite Mitt Romney’s Big Florida Win, the GOP Race Is Not Over|John Avlon|February 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for ASAP
as soon as possible
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