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Significado de “suspiciously” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "suspiciously" - Diccionario Inglés

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uk   us   /səˈspɪʃ.ə

suspiciously adverb (DOUBT)

B2 in a way that makes you ​think that something is ​wrong: He ​looked at her suspiciously. The ​children are suspiciously ​quiet (= are so ​quiet that they are ​probably doing something ​wrong). His ​hair is suspiciously ​black (= ​looksdarker than it should be, and is ​thereforeprobably not ​natural) for a man of his ​age.
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suspiciously adverb (SEEM GUILTY)

in a way that makes you ​think someone is ​guilty of something ​wrong or ​illegal: The ​officersnoticed two men ​acting suspiciously (= as if they were doing something ​wrong).

suspiciously adverb (SEEM LIKELY)

in a way that makes you ​think something may be ​true: She ​brushed away what ​looked suspiciously like (= ​looked as if it ​probably was) a ​tear.
(Definition of suspiciously from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "suspiciously" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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 us   /səˈspɪʃ·əs·li/

suspiciously adverb (IN A WAY THAT CAUSES DOUBT)

in a way that ​causes or ​expressesdoubt or a ​lack of ​trust: Our ​mayorwonelection by a suspiciously ​narrowmargin. Her ​eyes narrowed suspiciously.

suspiciously adverb (IN A LIKELY WAY)

in a way that makes you ​feel that something is ​likely or ​true: The ​envelopecontained something that ​looked suspiciously like ​airlinetickets (= ​seemedlikely to be ​airlinetickets).
(Definition of suspiciously from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “suspiciously”
en chino (simplificado) 怀疑的, 猜疑地, 怀疑地…
en chino (tradicionál) 懷疑的, 猜疑地, 懷疑地…
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