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particularlyadverb

 us   /pərˈtɪk·jə·lər·li, pəˈtɪk-/
very or very much; ​especially: We’re particularly ​interested in ​hearing from ​people who are ​fluent in both Spanish and ​English.
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particularlyadverb

uk   /pəˈtɪk.jʊ.lə.li/  us   /pɚˈtɪk.jə.lɚ.li/
B1 especially, or more than ​usual: We're particularly ​interested to ​hear from ​people who ​speak two or more ​Europeanlanguages. I didn't particularly ​want to go, but I had to.
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(Definition of particularly from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “particularly”
in Arabic خُصوصًا…
in Korean 특히…
in Portuguese especialmente, especificamente…
in Catalan especialment…
in Japanese 特に, 特別に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 特别,尤其,异乎寻常地…
in Turkish özellikle, bilhassa…
in Russian особенно, очень…
in Chinese (Traditional) 特別,尤其,異乎尋常地…
in Italian particolarmente…
in Polish szczególnie…
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