The Correct spelling is: immediate
Common misspellings of the word immediate are:
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- Occurring at once; instant: gave me an immediate response.
- Of or near the present time: in the immediate future.
- Of or relating to the present time and place; current: â€œIt is probable that, apart from the most immediate, pragmatic, technical revisions, the writer's effort to detach himself from his work is quixoticâ€ (Joyce Carol Oates).
- Close at hand; near: in the immediate vicinity. See synonyms at close.
- Next in line or relation: is an immediate successor to the president of the company.
- Directly apprehended or perceived: had immediate awareness of the scope of the crisis.
- Acting or occurring without the interposition of another agency or object; direct.
[Middle English immediat, from Old French, from Late Latin immediÄtus : Latin in-, not; see inâ€“1 + Latin mediÄtus, past participle of mediÄre, to be in the middle; see mediate.]immediateness imÂ·me'diÂ·ateÂ·ness n.