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importantly

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Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɔːt(ə)ntli
 
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Definition of importantly in English:

adverb

1 [sentence adverb] Used to emphasize a significant point: a non-drinking, non-smoking, and, importantly, non-political sportsman
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  • Finally, and most importantly, we must consider the impact on the England team.
  • Each has particular strengths but importantly none of them are weak in any area.
  • Most importantly, he's keen to emphasise that karate is about far more than sport.
2In a manner designed to draw attention to one’s importance: Kruger strutted forward importantly

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