Updated: Aug 16, 2020
As soon as; no sooner ~ than; the moment; soon after; immediately after
The novel sold one million copies as soon as it went on sale.
She was surrounded by reporters and fans as soon as she got out of the car.
The rehearsal began as soon as I arrived at the studio.
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