- by that means; because of that
- (archaic) by or near that place; thereabouts
Translations for 'thereby'
- British English: thereby You use thereby to introduce an important result or consequence of the event or action you have just mentioned. ADVERBOur bodies can sweat, thereby losing heat by evaporation.
- Brazilian Portuguese: deste modo
- Chinese: 由此
- European Spanish: de este modo
- French: ainsi
- German: dadurch
- Italian: in tal modo
- Japanese: それによって
- Korean: 그렇게 함으로써
- Portuguese: deste modo
- Spanish: de este modo
Example Sentences Including 'thereby'
A bit of tiredness will help you to fall asleep and stay asleep, thereby improving your sleep efficiency.
COUNTING SHEEP: The Science and Pleasures of Sleep and Dreams (2002)
And thereby hangs not just a picture, but an interesting tale.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Bertie met members of the Meath football team but out of sight of the media pack, thereby losing a neat photo-opportunity.
Irish Times (2002)
Carragher, Eriksson revealed, requires knee surgery, thereby providing a rational explanation for possibly the most unexpected omission.
Irish Times (2002)
Come on -- Holding out a hand he takes Rebecca's hand, and thereby helps her up and away.
THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)
I had to take the phone off the hook, thereby probably depriving myself of the opportunity to make some very lucrative charity appearances.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
Jessica has honoured my poor offerings, thereby elevating them to the classics!
Pretty Maids all in a Row
This software could be easily adapted to receive TV signals on a general purpose computer and would thereby dodge the new FCC laws.
New Scientist (2003)
`It is pleasant to know you have such family feeling," said Granny M crisply, thereby dismissing the subject.
The Road to Paradise Island
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