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Spanish translation of “officially”

officially

adverb /əˈfiʃəli/
(opposite unofficially) as an official
oficialmente
He attended the ceremony officially.
formally
oficialmente
The new library was officially opened yesterday.
according to what is announced publicly (though not necessarily true in fact)
oficialmente
Officially, he is on holiday, but actually he is working on a new book.
officiate /əˈfiʃieit/ verb to do the duty or service of an office or official position
oficiar
The new clergyman officiated at the wedding.
officious /əˈfiʃəs/ adjective offering help etc in order to interfere
oficioso
His mother-in-law is so officious that he does not let her visit his house.
officiously adverb
entrometidamente
officiousness noun
intromisión
office-bearer noun a person who holds a position of authority in a society etc.
oficial
through the (kind) offices of with the help of
por medio de
I got the job through the kind offices of a friend.
(Definition of officially from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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