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practically

adverb (NEARLY) 幾乎     /ˈpræk.tɪ.kli/
almost or very nearly 幾乎,差不多 She blamed me for practically every mistake in the report. 她幾乎把報告裡所有的錯誤都怪在我頭上。 These changes would cost us practically nothing. 這些變化對我們幾乎不會有任何損失。 It's practically impossible for me to get home in less than an hour. 要我在一小時內到家幾乎是不可能的。 They used to argue all the time and now they've practically stopped talking to each other. 他們以前老是在爭吵,現在幾乎互不說話了。 AlmostMerely and barely
Translations of “practically”
in Korean 거의, 사실상…
in Arabic تَقريبًا…
in Portuguese praticamente…
in Catalan pràcticament…
in Japanese ほぼ, ほとんど…
in Italian praticamente…
in Russian практически, почти…
in Turkish hemen hemen, neredeyse, âdeta…
in Chinese (Simplified) 几乎, 几乎,差不多…
in Polish praktycznie…
(Definition of practically adverb (NEARLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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