Immediately - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Immediately

[ 1,,G3916, parachrema ]
lit., with the matter (or business) itself" (para, "with," chrema, "a business," or "event"), and so, "immediately," Matthew 21:19 (AV, "presently"), Matthew 21:20; Luke 1:64; Luke 4:39; Luke 5:25; Luke 8:44, Luke 8:47, Luke 8:55; Luke 13:13; Luke 18:43; Luke 19:11; Luke 22:60; Acts 3:7; Acts 5:10; Acts 12:23; Acts 13:11; Acts 16:26, Acts 16:33; it is thus used by Luke only, save for the two instances in Matthew. See FORTHWITH. It is also rendered "presently," soon," "straightway."

[ 2,,G2117, euthus ]
See FORTHWITH.

[ 3,,G2112, eutheos ]
ditto.

[ 4,,G1824, exautes ]
ditto.

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