Definition of 'seriously'
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The matter apparently is being seriously considered. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There were three people seriously injured at the time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The seriously ill have taught me the importance of timing and sensitivity. Christianity Today (2000)It may have been in the cat for days as the wound was seriously infected. The Sun (2015)If we cut science now we will seriously damage our economic prospects. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Three passengers were seriously hurt on the bus which was carrying adults with learning difficulties. The Sun (2006)What you say is taken seriously so talk about what matters. The Sun (2011)The prosperous middle classes and the seriously rich will be largely indistinguishable to them. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We take matters of integrity in football extremely seriously. The Sun (2013)You need to take this really seriously. Coming Off Tranquillizers and Sleeping Pills (1991)If you are in dire need then seriously consider applying. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)The main thing was the people in the other car were also not seriously injured. The Sun (2012)Being a mother can seriously damage your earnings potential and disrupt your career path. Double Income No Kids Yet? (1989)The seriously hurt biker was stable yesterday. The Sun (2011)That means that all the parties involved have to take seriously obligations that they have previously agreed to. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The number of cyclists killed or seriously injured has increased by more than a third in the last ten years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'seriously'
British English: seriously /ˈsɪərɪəslɪ/ ADVERB
Seriously means that something is done in a serious manner or to a serious degree.
His wife was seriously injured in the accident.
- American English: seriously
- Arabic: جِدِّيّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: seriamente
- Chinese: 严重地
- Croatian: ozbiljno
- Czech: vážně
- Danish: alvorligt
- Dutch: ernstig
- European Spanish: seriamente
- Finnish: vakavasti
- French: sérieusement
- German: ernsthaft
- Greek: σοβαρά
- Italian: seriamente
- Japanese: 深刻に
- Korean: 심각하게
- Norwegian: alvorlig
- Polish: poważnie
- European Portuguese: seriamente
- Romanian: grav
- Russian: серьезно
- Spanish: seriamente
- Swedish: allvarligt
- Thai: อย่างจริงจัง
- Turkish: ciddiyetle
- Ukrainian: серйозно
- Vietnamese: một cách nghiêm trọng
Definition of seriously from the Collins English Dictionary
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