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obviously
American English: /ˈɑbviəsli/
British English: /ˈɒbvɪəsli/

Translation of obviously in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1 I thought he'd told her — obviously not!
    pensé que se lo había contado — ¡está visto que no! or ¡obviamente no!
    they're obviously not coming
    está visto or claro que no van a venir
    she's obviously lying
    está claro or se ve a las claras que miente
    es obvio que miente
    the child is obviously tired
    se nota or se ve claramente que el niño está cansado
    the two ideas are obviously not related
    es evidente or obvio que las dos ideas no tienen relación
    the two ideas are not obviously related
    a primera vista las dos ideas no tienen relación
    there'll obviously be an investigation
    por supuesto se hará una investigación
    Example sentences
    • Everyone knows how special a World Cup is and it obviously means so much to this town.
    • They were obviously going off duty but they stopped to help me up and investigate.
    • She's also dead by the start of the novel, which is obviously no more than she deserves.
  • 2 (sentence adv) obviously, I'm sad, but what can I do?
    como es lógico or lógicamente estoy triste pero ¿qué puedo hacer?
    obviously, she's upset: she's just lost her job
    no es extraño que esté disgustada: acaba de quedarse sin trabajo
    she's not going to be very pleased, obviously
    es obvio que no le va a hacer mucha gracia

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