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pronto (adv.)

"promptly, soon, quickly," 1850, from Spanish pronto "ready, prompt," from Latin promptus (see prompt (v.)). The Italian cognate of the Spanish word, pronto, had been used in English by 1740 in musical instructions.

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Definitions of pronto

pronto (adv.)
in a punctual manner;
Synonyms: promptly / readily
From wordnet.princeton.edu