French translation of 'sadly'
1. (= in a sad way) tristement
“She’s gone,” he said sadly. « Elle est partie, » a-t-il dit tristement.
2. (= regrettably) malheureusement
Sadly, it was too late. Malheureusement, il était trop tard.
to be sadly lacking in sth manquer cruellement de qch
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He shot another look in her direction, then shook his head sadly to himself.THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2001)
The Karien army was vast and even with the aid of the Warlord of Krakandar, the Defenders were sadly outnumbered.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'sadly' in Other Languages
British English: sadly /ˈsædlɪ/ ADVERB
If you feel or do something sadly, you feel or do it unhappily.
He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
- American English: sadly
- Arabic: بِحُزْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: tristemente
- Chinese: 悲伤地
- Croatian: žalosno
- Czech: smutně
- Danish: sørgeligt
- Dutch: jammerlijk
- European Spanish: tristemente
- Finnish: valitettavasti
- French: tristement
- German: traurigerweise
- Greek: δυστυχώς
- Italian: tristemente
- Japanese: 悲しんで
- Korean: 슬프게
- Norwegian: dessverre
- Polish: niestety
- European Portuguese: tristemente
- Romanian: din păcate
- Russian: печально
- Spanish: tristemente
- Swedish: tyvärr
- Thai: อย่างเศร้าใจ
- Turkish: acıklı bir şekilde
- Ukrainian: сумно
- Vietnamese: buồn rầu
Translation of sadly from the Collins English to French Dictionary