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Early  Noun
Plural: Earlies
  1. Translate "Early" to Spanish: Early

early  Adjective
  1. Translate "early" to Spanish: temprano, anticipado, precoz
    English Synonyms of "early": in advance, advance
    Define meaning of "early": At or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time.
  2. Early morning.
    An early warning.
    Early diagnosis.
    An early death.
    Took early retirement.
    An early spring.

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  3. Translate "early" to Spanish: antiguo, antediluviano
    English Synonyms of "early": ancient, antique, long-standing, longstanding, old, old-time
    Define meaning of "early": Of an early stage in the development of a language or literature. ; Of the distant past.
  4. The Early Hebrew alphabetical script is that used mainly from the 11th to the 6th centuries B.C.
    Early Modern English is represented in documents printed from 1476 to 1700.
    The early inhabitants of Europe.
    Former generations.
    In other times.

  5. Translate "early" to Spanish: anterior
    English Synonyms of "early": former, previous, anterior, back, earlier, foregoing, old, onetime
    Define meaning of "early": Being or occurring at an early stage of development.
  6. In an early stage.
    Early forms of life.
    Early man.
    An early computer.

  7. Translate "early" to Spanish: primer, tempranal

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  9. Translate "early" to Spanish: tempranero, matinal
    English Synonyms of "early": morning, early-rising, forenoon, matinal, rathe
    Define meaning of "early": In the morning.

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early  Adverb
  1. Translate "early" to Spanish: temprano, a primera hora, con suficiente de antelación, con tiempo, tempranamente
    English Synonyms of "early": ahead of time, at an early hour, at first hour, first thing, first thing in the morning, with enough time ahead, aforehand, betimes
    Define meaning of "early": In good time. ; During an early stage.
  2. He awoke betimes that morning.
    Early on in her career.

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  3. Translate "early" to Spanish: con anticipación
    English Synonyms of "early": beforehand, ahead of time, in advance, with anticipation, aforehand
    Define meaning of "early": Before the usual time or the time expected.
  4. She graduated early.
    The house was completed ahead of time.

Conceptually-related expressions of "Early"
a little less early
arrive early
as early as
at an early age
at an early date
at an early hour
at the early
at the early age of
be an early riser
be early
be in a very early stage
be in one's early stages
be in the early stages
be too early
be too early to
be up early
be up very early
be very early
book printed at a very early date
books printed at a very early date
bright and early
Charles Early
come early
communal marriage attributed to early peoples
device for electromagnetically recording voice on a steel tape used during the early 1930s
die at an early age
die at the early age of
die early
do not rely only upon an early start
early ripe early rotten
factor in the control of morphogenesis in the early embryo
from an early age
from early childhood
get an early start
get up early
get up too early
go to bed early
go to bed very early
God's help is better than early rising
guidelines for early repurchase
have an early night
hear a piece of news early
in the early
main meal taken at lunch or early afternoon
manner of dressing from the early nineties
Margaret Early
Mark Early
Mary Early
microwave early warning
mock-early American
much too early
of the Late Triassic and Early Jurassic
pay early
pea early-browning tobavirus
penalty for early withdrawal
player of an early guitar
prospects of an early peace
quite early
reactive attachment disorder of early childhood
rise early
shark tooth worn as a decoration by early Maoris
since early
since early childhood
since early hours
since early times
start early to
suppress at an early stage
the early morning
the early Victorians
too early
two days early
very early
very early tomorrow
very high benefits offered for taking early retirement
very high sums offered for taking early retirement
wake early
wake up early
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