Definitions for eventually
ɪˈvɛn tʃu ə lieven·tu·al·ly
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word eventually.
after an unspecified period of time or an especially long delay
In the end.
(of a sequence) for some tail
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
In the event; in the last result; in the consequence.
Etymology: from eventual.
Hermione has but intentionally, not eventually, disobliged you; and hath made your flame a better return, by restoring you your own heart, than she could have done by exchanging her’s for it. Robert Boyle, Seraphick Love.
in an eventual manner; finally; ultimately
Eventually is the second solo album that Paul Westerberg released after the breakup of The Replacements. The album started out in Atlanta with producer Brendan O'Brien. Although those sessions produced good results—the leadoff single, "Love Untold", among them—Westerberg and O'Brien parted ways. O'Brien was pressed for time, and Westerberg needed more time to write enough songs to fill out a full album. Westerberg regrouped with Lou Giordano. The song "Good Day" was written for late Replacements guitarist Bob Stinson. It references "Hold My Life", a track from the album Tim.
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Rank popularity for the word 'eventually' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1131
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Rank popularity for the word 'eventually' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1235
Rank popularity for the word 'eventually' in Adverbs Frequency: #109
The numerical value of eventually in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of eventually in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I think we are bound to get to negative (transaction) yields eventually on these companies, investors are having to choose between a bank deposit rate that is negative and a company rate that is slightly less negative. The company may be the better credit risk, particularly if it is AAA-rated.
There may be data which was collected for November, there may be some data collected before the shutdown, but we don't know how much, as for December, they would have to begin to collect the data for December. They are going to be out for some time, they will try to release them eventually.
If Canada continues to stay away from the negotiating table, the U.S. industry will eventually have no choice but to use our rights under U.S. trade laws to offset the unfair advantages provided to Canadian industry.
Vital exhaustion is associated with increased inflammation and increased activation of the body's physiologic stress response, when these two things are chronically activated that can have serious and damaging effects on the heart tissue, which could then eventually lead to the development of this arrhythmia.
We are creating culture and that affects perspective and eventually that can change legislation, i think it's not just TV we're making -- not when you're brown people. When you're brown people and you get to make a show like this, it's a political act.
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- uiteindelik, ten slotteAfrikaans
- في النهايةArabic
- finalmentCatalan, Valencian
- nakonec, konečněCzech
- schließlich, letztendlichGerman
- eventualmente, finalmente, al finalSpanish
- lopulta, viimeinkinFinnish
- finalement, à la fin, à termeFrench
- aig a’ cheann thallScottish Gaelic
- अंत मेंHindi
- ի վերջոArmenian
- finalmente, al finInterlingua
- infine, alla fineItalian
- בסופו של דברHebrew
- やっと, 結局, とうとう, ついに, 最終的Japanese
- 결국, 結局Korean
- на крајотMacedonian
- etter hvert, omsider, til sluttNorwegian
- w końcuPolish
- eventualmente, finalmente, enfimPortuguese
- în fine, la urma urmeiRomanian
- в итоге, в конечном счёте, в конце концовRussian
- eventualno, konačno, na koncu, na krajuSerbo-Croatian
- slutligen, till slut, så småningomSwedish
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