Hindi translation of 'necessarily'
necessarily /ˌnesɪˈserɪli, -srɪli ˌनेसिˈसेरिली, -सरिली/
If you say that something is not necessarily true, you mean that it may not be true or is not always true.
Women do not necessarily have to act like men to be successful.
'He was lying, of course.' — 'Not necessarily.'
If you say that something necessarily happens, you mean that it has to happen and cannot be any different.
अनिवार्य रूप से
आवश्यक रूप से
Business relationships are necessarily a bit more formal.
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Example Sentences Including 'necessarily'
Apparently unaccompanied females were not necessarily pigeonholed at this bar.C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
Then, more flippantly, `That was only an editorial comment anyway, not necessarily representing the views of the management.No Body
She would have told her story before, most likely to people who hadn't necessarily believed her, including the police.LOST SUMMER (2002)
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'necessarily' in Other Languages
- Arabic: بِالْضَّرُورَةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: necessariamente
- Chinese: 必要地
- Croatian: nužno
- Czech: nutně
- Danish: nødvendigvis
- Dutch: noodzakelijkerwijs
- European Spanish: forzosamente
- Finnish: välttämättä
- French: nécessairement
- German: unbedingt
- Greek: απαραίτητα
- Italian: necessariamente
- Japanese: 必ず
- Korean: 부득이
- Norwegian: nødvendigvis
- Polish: koniecznie
- Portuguese: necessariamente
- Romanian: neapărat
- Russian: обязательно
- Spanish: forzosamente
- Swedish: nödvändigtvis
- Thai: อย่างจำเป็น
- Turkish: kaçınılmaz bir şekilde
- Ukrainian: обов'язково
- Vietnamese: nhất thiết
Translation of necessarily from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary