immediate ごく近い

April 14, 2016  =========
☆ immediate ごく近い
There are a few different ways to use the word “immediate”. You can use it to describe something that happens instantly. A very common phrase is, “My immediate reaction was …” For example, when you hear or see some bad news, “My immediate reaction was sadness.”
You can use it to describe a need or a concern that must be dealt with quickly. For example, “After the disaster, the emergency workers said the immediate problem was a lack of transportation into and out of the area.”
You can also use it to describe the members of your family who are most closely related to you; parents, siblings, your own children. For example, “He was not feeling well but the presence of his immediate family helped him feel happier.”
Do you know any other ways to use “immediate”?