on-the-spot

[on-thuh-spot, awn-]
adjective
done or occurring at the time or place in question: an on-the-spot recording.

Origin:
1885–90

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on-the-spot

adjective
at the scene of action; "an on-the-spot reporter"; "on-the-spot inspections"; "an on-the scene newscast" 
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Example sentences
He is also an on-the-spot advisor and trouble-shooter.
As with all mosaic shirts, this also serves as a great on-the-spot geek quiz.
Models are instead used to examine the operational nature of a system, not provide on-the-spot predictions of numerical values.
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