poised for action
"their guns were at the ready"
completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress
"get ready"; "she is ready to resign"; "the bridge is ready to collapse"; "I am ready to work"; "ready for action"; "ready for use"; "the soup will be ready in a minute"; "ready to learn to read"
(of especially money) immediately available
"he seems to have ample ready money"; "a ready source of cash"
"he was ready to believe her"
made suitable and available for immediate use
"dinner is ready"
apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity
"a quick mind"; "a ready wit"
cook, fix, ready, make, prepare(verb)
prepare for eating by applying heat
"Cook me dinner, please"; "can you make me an omelette?"; "fix breakfast for the guests, please"
wee-wee, take, hit, bring in, desexualise, restore, construct, doctor, draw, stool, have, lay down, mend, piddle, hold, desex, piss, constitute, fudge, do, reach, earn, stimulate, get to, shit, fix, pay back, posit, name, falsify, fixate, define, make water, progress to, create, crap, take a shit, pretend, cook, gain, defecate, establish, pee, realize, train, make up, specify, bushel, develop, sterilise, give, unsex, attain, relieve oneself, pull in, set, wee, induce, form, spend a penny, touch on, make, gear up, limit, fake, prepare, micturate, deposit, furbish up, take in, machinate, organise, repair, score, get, secure, build, situate, make believe, throw, pass water, arrive at, pee-pee, sterilize, set up, ca-ca, devise, misrepresent, determine, puddle, take a crap, clear, produce, nominate, groom, educate, manipulate, organize, take a leak, fasten, pay off, desexualize, cause, urinate, get up, wangle, work, realise, seduce
fix, prepare, set up, ready, gear up, set(verb)
make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
"Get the children ready for school!"; "prepare for war"; "I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill"
localize, restore, organise, fructify, doctor, secure, cook, mend, touch on, launch, desex, jell, entrap, put, fixate, do, go under, congeal, effect, frame, place, fix, pay back, posit, install, set up, define, countersink, raise, lay, plant, coif, dress, found, specify, mark, arrange, establish, correct, fasten, train, effectuate, bushel, develop, sterilise, unsex, sterilize, set, desexualise, devise, make, sic, gear up, limit, get, prepare, put together, situate, coiffe, deposit, tack, furbish up, machinate, repair, pose, pitch, position, assemble, piece, rear, put in, typeset, rig, instal, order, ensnare, determine, coiffure, groom, erect, go down, put up, educate, organize, pay off, desexualize, localise, get up, lay out, adjust, tack together
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Active refers to both quickness and constancy of action; in the former sense it is allied with agile, alert, brisk, etc.; in the latter, with busy, diligent, industrious. The active love employment, the busy are actually employed, the diligent and the industrious are habitually busy. The restless are active from inability to keep quiet; their activity may be without purpose, or out of all proportion to the purpose contemplated. The officious are undesirably active in the affairs of others. Compare ALERT; ALIVE; MEDDLESOME.
active, agile, alert, brisk, bustling, busy, diligent, energetic, expeditious, industrious, lively, mobile, nimble, officious, prompt, quick, restless, sprightly, spry, supple, vigorous, wide awake
Active in work, in a cause; for an object, as for justice; with persons or instrumentalities; about something, as about other people's business.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
prompt, alert, expeditions, speedy, unhesitating, dexterous, apt, skilful, handy, expert, facile, easy, opportune, fitted, prepared, disposed, willing, free, cheerful, compliant, responsive, quick
unready, tardy, slow, hesitating, reluctant, dubitating, awkward, unhandy, clumsy, remote, inaccessible, unavailable, inopportune, ununited, unfitted, unprepared, indisposed, unwilling, constrained, grudging, unaccommodating, incompliant, irresponsive
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How to use ready in a sentence?
Internally we want to be open to rethinking things that we've reflexively said 'No' to or maybe made it so highly conditional it was an effective 'No', the message we're trying to give is... we're open to working through those things. We're not guaranteeing the result, but we're ready to talk and to think.
Since the president said he was going to implement capital punishment, we need to get ready. So we are going to hire two hangmen, we will advertise and call applications for the vacancies next week.
If I had any regrets I'd stick around for another four years, i'm ready to go.
I know that she's going to regroup and get ready for the relay and then her 200 back, and I know both those races will be good for her.
It was pretty much business as usual, there’s nothing to it, guys, in that standpoint. We come to the rink, we prepare for the game tonight. If we have Jared, we have Jared. If we don’t, we’ll prepare for that, as well. We’re ready to go as a group and we’re excited for the challenge.
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- جَهّزَ, مستعد, حاضر, جاهزArabic
- disposat, llestCatalan, Valencian
- hotový, připravenýCzech
- parod, barodWelsh
- gar, bereit, fertigGerman
- listo, preparado, preparar, alistarSpanish
- آماده, رو به راهPersian
- prête, prêtFrench
- réidh, ullamhIrish
- સજ્જ, તૈયારGujarati
- kész, készülHungarian
- undirbúinn, tilbúinnIcelandic
- preparare, pronto, preparato, prontaItalian
- 出来上がり, 準備の出来た, 用意の出来たJapanese
- ئامادهکردن, ئاماده, حازرKurdish
- preparatus, promptusLatin
- reri, takatūMāori
- klaar, gereedDutch
- rede, parat, klar, beredtNorwegian
- ਤਿਆਰPanjabi, Punjabi
- gotów, gotowi, gotowyPolish
- aprontar, preparado, preparar, prontoPortuguese
- gotov, spremanSerbo-Croatian
- beredd, redoSwedish
- తయారు, సిద్ధంTelugu
- meyyal, razı, hazırTurkish
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