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immidiately

Incorrect spelling, explanation: this word is a misspelling, because of the correct form’s Lating origin (immediatus). Immidiately is a mistake probably deriving from pronunciation, however immediately comes from merging adjective mediate with prefix im-, which results in the opposite meaning (thus not direct). This is the reason why immediately is the correct spelling.


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immediately

Correct spelling, explanation: this word’s origin is Latin, immediatus. Immediate, a core adjective for this adverb, is created from adjective mediate (a word rarely used, therefore not very well-known), which means not direct. To this adjective we add the prefix im-, which gives us the opposite meaning. That is why immediately is the correct spelling, and immidiately is incorrect.

Definition of immediately:
adverb, done without delay
You should go to principal’s office immediately.
I have to clean this stain immediately, otherwise it won’t come off.


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imediately

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immediatelly

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immediatley

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immediatly

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immidately

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emmediately

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imeaditly

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