American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. as soon as possible
- adv. As soon as possible.
- adv. as soon as possible
“For those that the know the ASAP is a political organization designed to support the support whatever the official line of the agency is, sure no and then they through out some minor things here or there to give the illusion of being independent but they are not.”
“Goose stepping classes will begin ASAP, just as soon as the Nation Building results are in.”
“You think ASAP is just a bunch of politicos who just follow party line.”
“Finally, what we REALLY need ASAP is an average income electric car for commuters, not the too-expensive (though wicked fast) Tesla for extra rich hippies (or whatever).”
“Because unless you think, foolishly, that packing up ASAP is the way to go, there's still some things to do over there before the U.S. can leave.”
“The most obvious reason to act ASAP is Microsoft Live Mesh.”
“He is cofounder of an environmental lobbying group called ASAP, which is partly supported by donations from companies like Shell and Texaco.”
“If it is true, it is all the more reason that the Feds should have been called in ASAP”
“Things like, Wrong War, Wrong Time, Wrong Place, and he has the personal experience of ‘Nam to color his perceptions, which might make him think leaving ASAP is the best choice, as opposed to staying if it dosn’t have a rosy outlook.”
“Things like, Wrong War, Wrong Time, Wrong Place, and he has the personal experience of â€˜Nam to color his perceptions, which might make him think leaving ASAP is the best choice, as opposed to staying if it dosnâ€ ™ t have a rosy outlook.”
Looking for tweets for ASAP.