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ideally

Pronunciation: /aɪˈdiːəli/

Translation of ideally in Spanish:

adverb/adverbio

  • 1.1 [located/placed/equipped] inmejorablemente they are ideally suited to each other están hechos el uno para el otro or forman una pareja ideal
    Example sentences
    • Sampras is a powerful predator whose game is ideally suited to grass.
    • Wood gained four points from a snooker on the last red which left him ideally positioned for a clearance.
    • Any 49-key keyboard is not ideally suited for playing piano music.
    1.2 (sentence adv) ideally, no one would have to do it/we should leave at 7 lo ideal sería que nadie tuviera que hacerlo/que saliéramos a las 7
    Example sentences
    • The Rams would like him on the field a lot more, ideally about two-thirds of the time.
    • A good bat correctly knocked in ideally would last about 1000 runs including net use.
    • Such grants should, ideally, contribute an overhead to the university.

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