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additionally

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Pronunciation: /əˈdɪʃənəli
 
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Definition of additionally in English:

adverb

1As an extra factor or circumstance: brokers finance themselves additionally by short-term borrowing
More example sentences
  • The size of the central database can be additionally reduced by a factor of seven or eight by two methods.
  • Moreover the council additionally benefits from the Respark schemes which push commuters and visitors into the council car parks.
  • Furthermore, these devices should be additionally provided with scramblers to protect transmitted information.
Synonyms
1.1 [sentence adverb] Used to introduce a new fact or argument: additionally, 50 hours of practical experience will be necessary
More example sentences
  • And additionally some of the facts are being retried.
  • The idea was rejected because it would have proved too costly and, additionally, after difficulties arose with getting permission to use the land.
  • Prices of food and drinks are very competitive and additionally, most places pass out free drinks and announce happy hours.

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