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(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at the arranged time:
words that are spoken to an actor who has forgotten what he or she is going to say during the performance of a play
a person whose job is to help actors, during a performance, to remember words that they have forgotten
(of an action) done quickly and without delay, or (of a person) acting quickly or arriving at an arranged time:
If you prompt an actor or speaker, you help by quietly saying the next word or phrase if it has been forgotten.
A prompt is also a set of directions or a passage from a book, poem, or play to give you ideas for writing something
Steeply rising food prices pushed inflation to 5.6% last month prompting renewed concern about whether inflation would spread more widely.
prompt sb/sth to do sth Evidence of a slow economy will prompt the bank to lower interest rates again.
if a computer prompts you to do something while performing a task, it gives you a message that tells you what action to take next:
prompt payment/delivery/service The message at the top of the bill is intended to encourage prompt payment.

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prompt action/attention/treatment Millions of people lack health insurance and therefore aren"t getting regular screening or prompt treatment.
a symbol, usually a flashing line, or message on a computer screen that tells you that the computer is ready for you to give it an instruction:
The question of succession prompted families engaged in the same occupation to form an association that controlled members" marriages and inheritances.
Moreover, verbs should be most frequent in maternal utterances that prompt the child to perform an action.
Prompt diagnosis and treatment of the underlying cause can reduce the severity of peripheral neuropathy or decrease the recovery time.
Even in the presence of a stable policy anchor, policy learning takes place which prompts policy-makers to reassess policy settings.
Large purchases or enclosure bills often prompted travel that was assisted by significant improvements in communications during this period.
One pilot does not and-preface talk to prompt or initiate an action that the other pilot has not yet begun.
For teacher educators, there are exercises for expansion, which prompt students to use and extend the material in each chapter.
When prompted by the interviewer, she also describes her belief that losing weight will reduce the breathlessness she experiences when she exerts herself.
Arguing that the existing crisis was hurting society as a whole, the socialists demanded from government and parliament prompt measures to alleviate the situation.
The first, training set performance, is the system"s accuracy in classifying essays that were written on one of the reference prompts.
Yet despite this affirmative reporting obligation, some critics allege serious rights violations have arisen, which have not prompted reports of incompatibility.
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