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Translation of "ultimately" - English-Spanish dictionary

ultimately

adverb   /ˈʌl.tɪ.mət.li/
I finally, after a series of things have happened a la larga, al final Everything will ultimately depend on what is said at the meeting with the directors next week. Ultimately, of course, he’d like to have his own business but that won’t be for some time.1563
I used to emphasize the most important fact in a situation en última instancia, fundamentalmente Ultimately, he’ll have to decide.15631770
Grammar:UltimatelyUltimately is an adverb. We use it to mean ‘finally, after a series of things have happened’:See more
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