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uk   /prɪˈzjuː.mə.bli/  us   /-ˈzuː-/
B2 used to say what you ​think is the ​likelysituation: They can presumably ​afford to ​buy a ​biggerapartment. Presumably he just ​forgot to ​send the ​letter.
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