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materially
American English: /məˈtɪriəli/
British English: /məˈtɪərɪəli/

Translation of materially in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1.1 (regarding worldly goods)
    Example sentences
    • He or she will hope to explore his or her full potential in every way, not only materially but also culturally, sexually and spiritually.
    • Nevertheless, stringers perceive of A Team life as culturally distant and materially ideal.
    • Fluctuations in the exchange rate which materially effect the value of European investments are eliminated through currency hedging.
    1.2 (considerably)
    Example sentences
    • So you do not contend that the circumstances are materially different?
    • The circumstances were not materially different from those at the time of the negative screening opinion.
    • The Secretary of State considers that you have materially embellished your account, concealing material facts.

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