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specially

adverb (VERY) 極其     /ˈspeʃ.əl.i/ ( also especially)
extremely or in particular 極其;特別地;尤其 This is a specially good wine. 這是一瓶上好的葡萄酒。 "Is there anything you want to do this evening?" "Not specially." 「今天晚上你有事嗎?」「沒甚麽特別的事。」 The children really liked the museum, specially the dinosaurs. 孩子們非常喜歡博物館,特別是裡面那些恐龍。 Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressionsParticular and individual
Translations of “specially”
in Korean 특별히…
in Arabic خُصوصًا…
in Portuguese especialmente…
in Catalan expressament…
in Japanese 特に, わざわざ…
in Italian particolarmente, a posta…
in Russian специально…
in Turkish özellikle, bilhassa, özel olarak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 极其, 特别地, 尤其…
in Polish specjalnie…
(Definition of specially adverb (VERY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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