Definition of 'ultimately'
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He was a man strong in his faith, certain in his knowledge of that which was ultimately important. THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)But at least they gave him the initials which ultimately provided an escape route. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2002)They were ultimately disappointing, not a genuine bearded lady, elephant man, spider woman or pinhead in sight. AFTERMATH (2002)
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Translations for 'ultimately'
British English: ultimately /ˈʌltɪmɪtlɪ/ ADVERB
Ultimately means finally, after a long series of events.
I think they will ultimately succeed.
- American English: ultimately
- Arabic: نِهَائِيّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: no final das contas
- Chinese: 最后
- Croatian: na kraju
- Czech: nakonec
- Danish: i sidste ende
- Dutch: uiteindelijk
- European Spanish: en última instancia
- Finnish: pohjimmiltaan
- French: au bout du compte
- German: letztlich
- Greek: τελικά
- Italian: infine
- Japanese: 最終的に
- Korean: 결국
- Norwegian: til sist
- Polish: ostatecznie
- European Portuguese: no final das contas
- Romanian: în cele din urmă
- Russian: в конце концов
- Spanish: en última instancia
- Swedish: slutligen
- Thai: ท้ายที่สุด
- Turkish: eninde sonunda
- Ukrainian: остаточно
- Vietnamese: cuối cùng thì
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