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How do you say please respond quickly?

If something is urgent, use the following expressions: “As this matter is urgent, I would appreciate a reply as soon as possible.” “I would be grateful for your prompt reply.” “I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible.”

How do I use ASAP?

ASAP is commonly used in casual business communication. If you were speaking (formally or semi-formally) you’d say the whole phrase ‘as soon as possible’ rather than saying ASAP. If you were speaking to a coworker that you’re comfortable with you might just read the acronym.

What is the word for ASAP?

Asap is an abbreviation for `as soon as possible’. He ordered, `I want two good engines down here asap. ‘

What is another word for quickly?

What is another word for quickly?

fast rapidly
speedily swiftly
hastily posthaste
briskly quick
apace hurriedly

What is another word for smoothly?

smoothly

  • easily,
  • easy,
  • effortlessly,
  • facilely,
  • fluently,
  • freely,
  • handily,
  • hands down,

What is a big word for great?

What is another word for great?

big immense
large sizeable
strong terrible
tremendous vast
colossal mammoth

How do you describe something great?

45 Quick Word Replacements for Good, Great, Awesome and Other Boring Superlatives

  • Astounding.
  • Bedazzling.
  • Brilliant.
  • Breathtaking.
  • Classy.
  • Compelling.
  • Dazzling.
  • Eclipsing.

What is a fancy word for wonderful?

SYNONYMS FOR wonderful 1 awesome, wondrous, miraculous, prodigious, astonishing, amazing, astounding, phenomenal, unique, curious, strange.

Is amazing better than excellent?

As adjectives the difference between excellent and amazing is that excellent is of the highest quality; splendid while amazing is causing wonder and amazement; possessing uniquely wonderful qualities.

Is brilliant or excellent better?

The difference between Brilliant and Excellent. When used as adjectives, brilliant means shining brightly, whereas excellent means of the highest quality.

How do you say really good?

Ways to Say Very Good

  1. Perfect!
  2. Super!
  3. Exactly rights.
  4. Fantastic.
  5. Fine!
  6. Great!
  7. Congratulations!
  8. Wonderful.

What is another way to say very good?

Choose — and use — one of these 99+ ways to say “Very Good” to your students.

  • You’re on the right track now!
  • You’ve got it made.
  • Super!
  • That’s right!
  • That’s good.
  • You’re really working hard today.
  • You are very good at that.
  • That’s coming along nicely.

How do you express wonderful?

Wonderful synonyms

  1. miraculous. Pertaining to miracles; referring to something that people can’t explain.
  2. fabulous. Hard to believe; incredible; astounding.
  3. marvelous. Causing wonder; surprising, astonishing, or extraordinary.
  4. divine.
  5. stupendous.
  6. mirabile-dictu.
  7. incredible.
  8. prodigious.

What is another word for a wonderful day?

Synonyms for Wonderful day

  • good day. n.
  • great day. n.
  • lovely day. n.
  • beautiful day. n.
  • nice day. n.
  • glorious day. n.
  • fine day. n.
  • gorgeous day. n.

What can I say instead of have fun?

What is another word for have fun?

play frolic
revel amuse oneself
dally rollick
skylark carouse
entertain oneself lark

What is another word for have a good time?

have a good time

  • appreciate.
  • like.
  • love.
  • relish.
  • savor.
  • adore.
  • dig.
  • go.

How do you describe a good time?

Here are some adjectives for good time: sinful and unrepentant, darkly dramatic, fight–social, generally royal, ostentatious and expensive, perfectly fascinating, sociable, red-carpet, rip-roaring, idyllic, rollicking, real, own, rousing, perfectly innocent, restful, middling, helluva, durn, areal, freewheeling.

Had a blast meaning?

to have a blast: to have a good time, to really enjoy oneself. We had a blast at Disneyland; we really had a super time. a blast: an explosion.

How do you say have a nice time?

have a good time / synonyms

  1. have fun. v.
  2. have some fun. v.
  3. party. v. & n.
  4. have a great time. v.
  5. enjoy. v.
  6. enjoy yourself. v.
  7. having fun. v.
  8. have a ball. v.

Had a nice time meaning?

I/we had a nice time An expression typically said to an event’s host when one is leaving. Thank you! We had a very nice time! I had a nice time, Teresa. See you tomorrow.

What is the idiom used when one is very happy?

On cloud nine This expression is also used to indicate that someone is extremely happy. ‘Cloud nine’ is believed to originate from a type of thunder cloud which can rise to over 12,000 meters above the ground.