Spanish translation of 'nominally'
solo de nombreIn the past the standard spelling for solo as an adverb was with an accent (sólo). Nowadays the Real Academia Española advises that the accented form is only required where there might otherwise be confusion with the adjective solo.
Example Sentences Including 'nominally'
Perhaps being nominally free since arriving in Karien had sparked a little rebellion in her.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Kenworthy looked at the dejected cakes nominally protected from flies by sliding panels of smeared glass.Passion in the Peak
The guard that had accompanied him on his journey was nominally to express Farseer sympathy at the loss of his mother.THE GOLDEN FOOL: Book Two of the Tawny Man (2002)
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Translation of nominally from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary