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thirdly

Line breaks: third¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈθɜːdli
 
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Definition of thirdly in English:

adverb

In the third place (used to introduce a third point or reason): secondly, the Home Secretary has found a way to deal with the problem swiftly; thirdly, the Bill has received all-party support
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  • And thirdly, he introduced a ‘process which is strong enough to stop people making bad decisions when under pressure’.
  • First, it seeks to relieve some of the pressures on the labour market, second, it aims to curve inflation, and thirdly, it looks to position the relevant parties for the next election.
  • Firstly, he is always urging me to stop drinking; secondly, he looks a good 10 years younger than he is; and thirdly, his special horror is addiction.

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