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English translation of 'supposément'

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supposément

[sypozemɑ̃ ]
adverb
supposedly

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Example Sentences Including 'supposément'

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) se caractérisant supposément par divers types de perturbations psychiques.
Le Monde (1999)
Ces mesures fourniraient supposément des financements pour que les citoyens achètent de nouvelles voitures.
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Je ne laisse pas à l'équipe toute la liberté de faire ce qu'ils auraient supposément fait avec Kurosawa.
Le Monde (1999)

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Used Occasionally. supposément is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'supposément' in Other Languages

British English: supposedly /səˈpəʊzɪdlɪ/ ADVERB
Supposedly means that the following word or description is misleading and is not definitely known to be true.
The illegal software helps users access supposedly secure networks.
  • American English: supposedly
  • Arabic: عَلى إِفْتِرَاض
  • Brazilian Portuguese: supostamente
  • Chinese: 据称
  • Croatian: navodno
  • Czech: údajně
  • Danish: efter sigende
  • Dutch: zogenaamd
  • European Spanish: supuestamente
  • Finnish: ilmeisesti
  • French: supposément
  • German: angeblich
  • Greek: υποθετικά
  • Italian: presumibilmente
  • Japanese: おそらく
  • Korean: 아마
  • Norwegian: antagelig
  • Polish: przypuszczalnie
  • European Portuguese: supostamente
  • Romanian: presupus
  • Russian: предположительно
  • Latin American Spanish: supuestamente
  • Swedish: förmodligen
  • Thai: ตามที่สมมุติ
  • Turkish: varsayalım ki
  • Ukrainian: як припускають
  • Vietnamese: cho là

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Translation of supposément from the Collins French to English
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