- yn gynnar
Adjective(1) at or near the beginning of a period of time or course of events or before the usual or expected time(2) being or occurring at an early stage of development(3) belonging to the distant past(4) very young(5) of an early stage in the development of a language or literature(6) expected in the near future
Adverb(1) during an early stage(2) before the usual time or the time expected(3) in good time
(1) The garden is taking on its autumn hues and late-flowering plants dominate while early bloomers fade.(2) Two types of monad pollen are present in early orchids, namely that with pollenkitt and that with elastoviscin.(3) The Islamic expansion of the early medieval period was not waged for glory, or any of the other factors I listed at the top of this op.(4) The agent came today, half an hour early , to measure up the rooms, note details and take photographs.(5) It was early in the morning and the sun was just beginning to show its lovely face from the horizon.(6) as early as the stone age(7) We expected reasonable weather in early September, but boy, were we disappointed!(8) Thackeray, as he penned the early chapters, saw a rather more dignified narrative future for William.(9) He might as well try this race, and if he did reach the finish line early , he could down the whiskey.(10) In the early modern period Descartes seems to have taken this position.(11) His boss is nice, lets him glide his time, so he works through lunch and takes off early , which is a good plan on fine days.(12) They are now gearing up to host India for another three Tests and five one-day games early next year.(13) This means the bar started its party 12 hours early , at noon today, as the seventeenth dawned in Fiji.(14) However, there are justifiable reasons for going to bed so ridiculously early .(15) They have until September 30 to submit final bids, and a winner is expected by early October.(16) Brading's book is a fine study that scholars of the early modern period should read.
1. advance ::
2. untimely ::
3. primitive ::
4. prompt ::
5. former ::
6. in the early morning ::
gynnar yn y bore
7. before the usual time ::
cyn yr amser arferol
8. ahead of time ::
o flaen amser
9. early on ::
10. betimes ::
1. late ::
2. tardily ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Oh. All this week,
the Early Music Society of Pasadena
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 15
The Priya bashing's starting EARLY.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 21
Um, yeah. Starting with the champagne
a little EARLY, aren't you?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 4
Little EARLY for me.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 4
He ended up
fasting himself into an EARLY grave
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
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