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"comfortably" in British English

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comfortablyadverb

uk   /ˈkʌmf.tə.bli/  us   /ˈkʌmf.tə.bli/
in a ​comfortable way: Are you ​sitting comfortably? Then I'll ​begin.
without ​financial or other ​problems: We could ​livefairly comfortably on Edward's ​salary.
comfortably off
having enough ​money to ​lead a good ​life
(Definition of comfortably from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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comfortablyadverb

 us   /ˈkʌm·fər·t̬ə·bli, ˈkʌmf·tər·bli/
in a way that ​produces a ​relaxingfeeling of ​physicalcomfort: They were comfortably ​settled in on the ​sofa.
In a ​competition, if you are ​leading comfortably over the other competitors you are ​winningeasily: After three ​periods, the Knicks comfortably ​led the Pacers.
(Definition of comfortably from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “comfortably”
in Chinese (Simplified) 舒服地, 舒适地, 富足地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舒服地, 舒適地, 富足地…
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