immediate access store meaning, immediate access store definition | English Cobuild dictionary

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immediate

  
1       adj   An immediate result, action, or reaction happens or is done without any delay.  
usu ADJ n   (=instant)  
These tragic incidents have had an immediate effect..., My immediate reaction was just disgust.     
2       adj   Immediate needs and concerns exist at the present time and must be dealt with quickly.  
usu ADJ n   (=pressing)  
Relief agencies say the immediate problem is not a lack of food, but transportation.     
3       adj   The immediate person or thing comes just before or just after another person or thing in a sequence.  
ADJ n  
His immediate superior, General Geichenko, had singled him out for special mention.     
4       adj   You use immediate to describe an area or position that is next to or very near a particular place or person.  
ADJ n  
Only a handful had returned to work in the immediate vicinity...     
5       adj   Your immediate family are the members of your family who are most closely related to you, for example your parents, children, brothers, and sisters.  
ADJ n  
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v.
to steal something from a shop or a store during trading hours
exp.
business operating in a "real world" not on the internet : like a department store, a car manufacturer
see : click and mortar : a business that combine new technologies and traditional business
n.
1 of the Femur bone neck shaft 2 of the femoral artery 3 femoral arterial access
o.
Cyber Legacy Locker is the safe and secure way to pass encrypted access key of online accounts to authorized assignee.
[Leg.];[Tech.] passing access key of online account to friends or love ones

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