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prolly

Syllabification: prol·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈprälē
 
/

Definition of prolly in English:

adverb

informal
Probably: you prolly know this already I am prolly the last person he should be asking for advice
More example sentences
  • When that happens, you pretty much know he is not interested and prolly never will be.
  • This is prolly the reason why I have not told anybody.
  • Jeni's prolly at work.

Origin

1940s: representing an informal pronunciation of probably.

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