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Translation of "namely" - English-Spanish dictionary

namely

adverb   /ˈneɪm.li/
used when you want to give more detail or be more exact about something you have just said a saber We need to get more teachers into the classrooms where they’re most needed, namely in high poverty areas. I learned an important lesson when I lost my job, namely that nothing is a hundred percent guaranteed.1780
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