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thereby

adverb uk   /ˌðeəˈbaɪ/ us    /ˌðer-/ formal or old-fashioned
C1 as a result of this action: Diets that are high in saturated fat clog up our arteries, thereby reducing the blood flow to our hearts and brains.
Translations of “thereby”
in Chinese (Traditional) 因此,由此, 從而…
in Russian таким образом…
in Turkish böylece, bu yüzden, bu nedenle…
in Chinese (Simplified) 因此,由此, 从而…
in Polish w ten sposób…
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