Meaning of toot sweet in English:

toot sweet


  • Immediately.

    • ‘hop down here toot sweet and let's have a look at it’
    • ‘Having to pay their own rent, rather than sponging absolutely everything off their parents and making no contribution to the household budget whatsoever, will ensure they get themselves motivated to work pretty damn toot sweet I reckon.’
    • ‘‘Move your bloody car toot sweet, we'll be back in 15 minutes to check on you’ (may have been) barked.’
    • ‘So, Monday night no calls from the hospital telling me to get there toot sweet (or is it tout suite?)’
    • ‘Once we get some people yelping it on transcontinental and international flights, it'll become part of the national zeitgeist toot sweet.’
    • ‘You can add a user-interface to your script toot sweet and get it up and running in no time. Go into Project Builder and create a new project.’
    • ‘By enrolling thousands of the uninsured, proponents figured that they'd have the money rolling in toot sweet.’
    • ‘They're usually really nice about customer service stuff so I'm hoping they'll fix it up toot sweet.’
    • ‘So I was down at childcare toot sweet, and took the sprat off to the local.’
    immediately, at once, straight away, right away, instantaneously, suddenly, abruptly, all of a sudden, on the instant, at a stroke, forthwith, then and there, there and then, here and now, that minute, this minute, that very minute, this very minute, that instant, this instant


Mid 19th century anglicized form of French tout de suite; only used in representations of French speech before the First World War.