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Translation of "incidentally" - English-Turkish dictionary

incidentally

adverb
 
 
/ɪnsɪˈdentəli/
used when you say something that is not as important as the main subject of conversation but is connected to it
Ha...', 'Sırası gelmişken ...', 'Sözü gelmişken ...', 'Aklıma gelmişken...', 'Şeyy'
Incidentally, talking of Stephen, have you met his girlfriend?Also, extra, and in addition
Translations of “incidentally”
in Korean 그런데 말이야…
in Arabic بِالمُناسَبة…
in Portuguese por acaso…
in Catalan per cert…
in Japanese ところで, ちなみに…
in Italian a proposito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 附帶地, 伴隨地, 順便說一句…
in Russian кстати, между прочим…
in Chinese (Simplified) 附带地, 伴随地, 顺便说一句…
in Polish nawiasem mówiąc, a propos…
(Definition of incidentally from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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