French translation of 'casually'
[say, ask] avec désinvolture
2. [be dressed] de façon décontractée
to dress casually s’habiller de façon décontractée
3. [drop, throw, toss] négligemment
4. (= by chance) par hasard
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Example Sentences Including 'casually'
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`I said I wanted you to answer a few questions,' I remarked casually.DEAD BEAT (2002)
You wouldn't believe how many letters I get about it,' I added casually.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
There was a photo of Theo, leaning casually against my front door, his blond hair haloed by the lemony sun.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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'casually' in Other Languages
British English: casually /ˈkæʒjʊəlɪ/ ADVERB
If you do something casually, you do it in a relaxed and unconcerned way.
`No need to hurry,' he said casually.
- American English: casually
- Arabic: بِشَكْلٍ عَرَضِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: casualmente
- Chinese: 随便地
- Croatian: ležerno
- Czech: nonšalantně
- Danish: afslappet
- Dutch: terloops
- European Spanish: con toda tranquilidad
- Finnish: satunnaisesti
- French: nonchalamment
- German: ungerührt
- Greek: ήρεμα
- Italian: casualmente
- Japanese: 偶然に
- Korean: 무심코
- Norwegian: uformelt
- Polish: niedbale
- European Portuguese: casualmente
- Romanian: nepăsător
- Russian: небрежно
- Spanish: informalmente
- Swedish: ledigt
- Thai: อย่างไม่จริงจัง
- Turkish: gelişigüzel
- Ukrainian: легковажно
- Vietnamese: một cách hững hờ
Translation of casually from the Collins English to French Dictionary