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"faithfully" in British English

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faithfullyadverb

uk   us   /ˈfeɪθ.fəl.i/
  • faithfully adverb (LOYALLY)

in a ​loyal way or a way that can be ​trusted: He ​served the ​family faithfully for 40 ​years. She promised faithfully (= made a ​firmpromise) that she would never ​leave him.Yours faithfully B2 mainly UK used at the end of a ​formalletterbeginning with "Dear ​Sir" or "Dear ​Madam"
(Definition of faithfully from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"faithfully" in American English

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faithfullyadverb

 us   /ˈfeɪθ·fə·li/
carefully; ​exactly: I always faithfully ​follow the ​instructions of my ​doctor when taking ​medicine.
(Definition of faithfully from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"faithfully" in Business English

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faithfullyadverb

uk   us   /ˈfeɪθfəli/
Yours faithfully used at the end of a ​formal or ​businessletter when the ​letter is to someone you do not know the ​name of
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(Definition of faithfully from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “faithfully”
in Arabic بإخلاص…
in Korean 충실히, 충실하게…
in Portuguese fielmente…
in Catalan fidelment, al peu de la lletra…
in Japanese 忠実に, 誠実に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 忠诚的, 忠诚地, 忠实地…
in Turkish sadakatle, aslına uygun şekilde…
in Russian верно, преданно, точно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 忠誠地, 忠實地…
in Italian fedelmente, con precisione…
in Polish wiernie…
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