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thusadverb [not gradable]

 us   /ðʌs/ fml
in this way, or with this ​result: This ​plan will ​reducewaste, and thus ​cutcosts.
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thusadverb

uk   us   /ðʌs/ formal
in this way: Bend from the ​waist, thus.B2 with this ​result: They ​planned to ​reducestaff and thus to ​cutcosts.thus far as ​far as this or until now: We haven't had any ​problems thus ​far.
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