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Turkish translation of “clearly”

clearly

adverb
 
 
/ˈklɪəli/
EASY A2 in a way that is easy to see, hear, read, or understand
açık, belli, net, belirgin bir şekilde, net olarak, doğru bir şekilde
He spoke very clearly.Easy to understandApparent and obviousVisible
CERTAIN B1 used to show that you think something is obvious or certain
açıkça, açık seçik, açık bir şekilde
Clearly he's very talented.Apparent and obviousVisible
NOT CONFUSED A2 If you think clearly, you are not confused.
şüphesiz, kesinlikle, apaçık
Easy to understand
(Definition of clearly from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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