potentially Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"potentially" in British English

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potentiallyadverb

uk   /pəˈten.ʃəl.i/  us   /poʊ-/
B2 possibly: Hepatitis is a potentially fataldisease. This ​crisis is potentially the most serious in the organization's ​history.
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(Definition of potentially from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"potentially" in Business English

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potentiallyadverb

uk   us   /pəˈtenʃəli/
possibly: a potentially huge ​market The ​changes will potentially have a large ​impact on ​profits.
(Definition of potentially from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “potentially”
in Arabic يُحتَمل…
in Korean 잠재적으로…
in Portuguese potencialmente…
in Catalan potencialment…
in Japanese もしかすると, 将来的に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潜在地, 可能地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潛在地, 可能地…
in Italian potenzialmente…
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