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-ly

suffix (ADVERB)
副词
 
 
/-li/
in the stated way
(以所述的方式)
quickly
迅速地
carefully
小心地
angrily
愤怒地
loudly
大声地
when considered in the stated way
(以所述的方式考虑问题)
Personally (= in my opinion), I don't think animals should be killed for their fur.
就我自己而言,我认为不应该为获取毛皮而猎杀动物。
This is an environmentally (= in relation to the environment) disastrous proposal.
这个提案会对环境造成灾难性的后果。
Thinking and contemplating
regularly after the stated period of time
(在所述时间后定期地)
a weekly/monthly meeting
每周/月例会
Frequency and regularity - general words
(Definition of -ly suffix (ADVERB) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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