Immediately vs Proximately - What's the difference?
As adverbs the difference between immediately and proximately
is that immediately
is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while proximately
is in a proximate manner, position, or degree; immediately.
As a conjunction immediately
In an immediate manner; instantly or without delay.
- I hope we can begin immediately .
, date=November 12
, title=International friendly: England 1-0 Spain
, work=BBC Sport
, passage=Spain failed to move through the gears despite exerting control for lengthy spells and a measure of perspective must be applied immediately
to the outcome.}}
* See also
* as soon as
* directly after, after, right after, etc.
In a proximate manner, position, or degree; immediately.