Definitions for successfully
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word successfully.
with success; in a successful manner
"she performed the surgery successfully"
In a successful manner; with success; without failing.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Prosperously; luckily; fortunately.
Etymology: from successful.
He is too young, yet he looks successfully. William Shakespeare.
They would want a competent instrument to collect and convey their rays successfully, or so as to imprint the species with any vigour on a dull prejudicate faculty. Henry Hammond.
The rule of imitating God can never be successfully proposed but upon Christian principles; such as that this world is a place not of rest, but of discipline. Francis Atterbury.
A reformation successfully carried on in this great town, would in time spread itself over the whole kingdom. Jonathan Swift.
Bleeding, when the expectoration goes on successfully, suppresseth it. John Arbuthnot, on Diet.
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Rank popularity for the word 'successfully' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2955
Rank popularity for the word 'successfully' in Adverbs Frequency: #228
The numerical value of successfully in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of successfully in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
If these economic reforms and liberalization can be successfully implemented over the next five to 10 years, future economic and political analysts may end up identifying this current oil price decline as a blessing in disguise for Saudi Arabia and rest of the Gulf region.
Recently, a female successfully completed Special Forces Assessment and Selection and was selected to attend the Special Forces Qualification Course, we're proud of all the candidates who attended and were selected to continue into the qualification course in hopes of earning their Green Green Berets.
In order for us to successfully release, an otter cannot become habituated to humans. Not for food. Not for any positive interaction.
To successfully re-open economies without fear of subsequent mini shutdowns, we will need the antibody test rolled out so that a certain part of the population can work through regardless of the state of the viral spread, that will be the real breakthrough until we get a vaccine.
He recognized that the climate, soil and water supply in the region was the correct balance to successfully grow rice.
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Translations for successfully
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- menestyksellisesti, onnistuneestiFinnish
- avec succèsFrench
- con successoItalian
- met succesDutch
- z powodzeniemPolish
- cu succesRomanian
- başarılı olarakTurkish
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