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downwardly
American English: /ˈdaʊnwərdli/
British English: /ˈdaʊnwədli/

Translation of downwardly in Spanish:

adverb

  • hacia abajo
    Example sentences
    • He is in a difficult situation, because this is the second time he has downwardly revised growth figures.
    • The lower formation 44 comprises a downwardly opening channel 46 having a pair of opposed internal projections 48 that extend towards each other but do not meet.
    • This will mean that in rural areas for some locations the number of beds that can be reached will be upwardly biased, while for other locations in the same area the number of beds that can be reached will be downwardly biased.

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