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EarlyEarly  before expected or planned time: If you finish the task e- you can go home.

in the beginning of a period of time: We’ll meet again e- next week.

premature, earlier than usual: The announcement brought the meeting to an e- end.

belonging to the very ancient past: E- settlers had to cope with very primitive living conditions.

the beginning of a process, activity, etc.: You can change the plan at this e- stage this time.

expected in the near future: We look forward to an e- reply. We want to have an e- start.

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