mercifully Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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mercifully

adverb
 
 
/ˈmɜːsɪfəli/
used to show that you are pleased that something unpleasant has been avoided: Her illness was mercifully short.Good luck and bad luck
Translations of “mercifully”
in Korean 자비롭게…
in Arabic الحُمدُ لِله…
in Portuguese felizmente…
in Catalan gràcies a Déu, afortunadament…
in Japanese 幸いにも…
in Italian fortunatamente…
in Russian к счастью…
in Turkish bereket versin ki…
in Polish na szczęście…
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