Italian translation of 'fortunately'
Example Sentences Including 'fortunately'
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I share an office with Marigold: fortunately she, like me, is a silent person.NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
She put her hand to her head and discovered a bump and a graze; but fortunately no blood.SPLITTING
I found my way there by luck, and fortunately had guidance on the return trip.C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS
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British English: fortunately /ˈfɔːtʃənɪtlɪ/ ADVERB
Fortunately is used to introduce or indicate a statement about an event or situation that is good.
Fortunately, the weather was good.
- American English: fortunately
- Arabic: لـِحُسْنِ الـحَظّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: felizmente
- Chinese: 幸运地
- Croatian: srećom
- Czech: naštěstí
- Danish: heldigvis
- Dutch: gelukkig
- European Spanish: por suerte
- Finnish: onneksi
- French: heureusement
- German: glücklicherweise
- Greek: ευτυχώς
- Italian: fortunatamente
- Japanese: 幸運にも
- Korean: 운좋게
- Norwegian: heldigvis
- Polish: na szczęście
- European Portuguese: felizmente
- Romanian: din fericire
- Russian: к счастью
- Spanish: por suerte
- Swedish: lyckligtvis
- Thai: อย่างโชคดี
- Turkish: neyse ki
- Ukrainian: на щастя
- Vietnamese: may là
Translation of fortunately from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary