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faithfully
American English: /ˈfeɪθfəli/
British English: /ˈfeɪθfʊli/
, /ˈfeɪθf(ə)li/

Translation of faithfully in Spanish:

adverb

  • 1 1.1 (sincerely) See examples: I swear faithfully
    juro por mi honor
    I promised faithfully to come
    di mi palabra de que iría
    yours faithfully (especially British English)
    1.2 (loyally)
    (follow/serve)
    1.3 (regularly)
    (attend/visit)
    Example sentences
    • The humbled Wolsey, weeping at Cromwell's loyalty, urges him to forsake him and serve the King faithfully.
    • I glance at the family retainer who has served the Dimplers faithfully since well before the old King's father passed.
    • ‘It is a very sad day for the city of York and the people that he has served so faithfully over many years,’ he said.
  • 2 (exactly)
    (record/translate/copy)
    Example sentences
    • We base that on the fact that he faithfully summed up the evidence on intoxication, but did not give that familiar direction which he must have been aware of.
    • Rather, the attempt is merely to recreate their personas as faithfully and realistically as possible.
    • She believed that what she was seeing was true, and she faithfully recorded it.

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