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He followed it up to the ceiling, where it parted into two thinner cracks, which eventually merged into nothingness. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)She was disappointed, then frustrated and eventually bitter. CHAMELEON (2002)
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British English: eventually /ɪˈvɛntʃʊəlɪ/ ADVERB
Eventually means in the end, especially after a lot of delays, problems, or arguments.
The flight eventually left six hours late.
- American English: eventually
- Arabic: نَهَائِيَّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: finalmente
- Chinese: 终于
- Croatian: konačno
- Czech: nakonec
- Danish: omsider
- Dutch: uiteindelijk
- European Spanish: finalmente
- Finnish: lopulta
- French: finalement
- German: schließlich
- Greek: τελικά
- Italian: infine
- Japanese: ついに
- Korean: 결국
- Norwegian: etter hvert
- Polish: ostatecznie
- European Portuguese: eventualmente
- Romanian: în cele din urmă
- Russian: в конце концов
- Spanish: finalmente
- Swedish: slutligen
- Thai: ในที่สุด
- Turkish: sonuçta
- Ukrainian: врешті-решт
- Vietnamese: cuối cùng
Definition of eventually from the Collins English Dictionary
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