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Translation of "dearly" - English-Spanish dictionary

dearly

adverb   /ˈdɪə.li/
very much mucho She will be dearly missed by her family and friends. We would dearly love to sell our house and move to France.1245
pay dearly
to suffer a lot as a result of a particular action or event pagar caro If you refuse to cooperate with us, you will pay dearly for it.925
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