Definition of notably in English:

notably

Line breaks: not¦ably
Pronunciation: /ˈnəʊtəbli
 
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adverb

1Especially; in particular: a diet low in animal fat protects against potentially fatal diseases, notably diabetes
More example sentences
  • Haydock does host Flat racing, most notably the Group One Sprint Cup, but it is primarily known as a jumps course.
  • England are rather specialising in bad vibes, most notably against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, of all teams.
  • Orders are notably high from the Northeast, where the drought is particularly severe.
Synonyms
1.1In a way that is striking or remarkable: [as submodifier]: such a statement is notably absent from the government’s proposals
More example sentences
  • However, notably absent were the current world champions.
  • What is notably absent is any of Laing's more recent figurative sculpture.
  • There is an obsession with details among all the best managers that is notably absent in McCarthy.

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Pronunciation: niːˈɒt(ə)ni
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