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famously
American English: /ˈfeɪməsli/
British English: /ˈfeɪməsli/

Translation of famously in Spanish:

adverb

  • they got on famously
    se llevaron divinamente or a las mil maravillas
    Example sentences
    • The players got on famously, becoming the first team in 11 years to put three past Brazil.
    • So Angus talked as though to a lecture room of students, and from then on, he and Duncan got on famously.
    • It should be noted that Schmeling was himself never a Nazi: he had a Jewish manager, and they got along famously.

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