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clearly
American English: /ˈklɪrli/
British English: /ˈklɪəli/

Translation of clearly in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1 1.1 (distinctly)
    (visible/marked/distinguished)
    (speak/write/think)
    con claridad
    1.2 (without ambiguity)
    (speak/write/show)
    Example sentences
    • Every time they looked up from behind the cash desk the poster was clearly visible.
    • A seed was judged to be germinated when the root tip had clearly penetrated the seed coat.
    • A run will be clearly visible with this rig; any movement is a take as the bait is dead.
    Example sentences
    • With a look of determination about her, the composer is clearly up for the challenge.
    • He's also the sort of person who enjoys debate, but clearly likes to win the argument.
    • He's a man with an immediate warmth and his family clearly means everything to him.
  • 2 (obviously) See examples: it's clearly impossible/absurd
    es a todas luces imposible/absurdo
    está claro que es imposible/absurdo
    clearly, this must stop (sentence adv)
    evidentemente or desde luego, esto se tiene que terminar

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