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Translation of "securely" - English-Spanish dictionary

securely

adverb   /sɪˈkjʊə.li/
in a way that avoids someone or something being harmed by any risk, danger, or threat con seguridad The door was securely fastened. The offices were securely guarded. This certificate is an important document, and should be kept securely (= in a place where it cannot be lost or stolen).1993
positioned or fastened firmly and correctly and therefore not likely to move, fall, or break bien, firmemente Please ensure that your seat belts are fastened securely. figurative He has given up political power, but he remains securely in control of the army.1993
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