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namely

adverb
 
 
/ˈneɪmli/
C1 a word used when you are going to give more detail about something you have just said: She learned an important lesson from failing that exam, namely that nothing is ever certain.Particular and individual
Translations of “namely”
in Chinese (Traditional) 即,也就是說…
in Russian а именно, то есть…
in Turkish yani..., şöyle ki...…
in Chinese (Simplified) 即,也就是说…
in Polish mianowicie…
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