Idiom: in short order
— We’ll have your meal ready in short order.
— I managed to get through security in short order and then relaxed in the executive lounge for two hours.
— Thanks for your patience. A representative will be with you in short order.
— He said we'd receive the shipment in short order but it's been four weeks already.
— I'm sure the formal offer will come in short offer but don't quit your job until you get something in writing.
— Your room will be ready for check-in in short order. Why don't you enjoy a complimentary drink at the bar in the meantime.
— My mom received her passport in short order so we're leaving this weekend for Copenhagen.
— My cousin was pregnant in short order after the wedding, wasn't she?
— Welcome to the Serene Salon. Please put on a smock and I'll be with you in short order.
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