Definição de 'reportedly'

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Sinônimos de "reportedly"
Sinônimos de "reportedly"
Definição Portuguesa de "reportedly"
Definição Portuguesa de "reportedly"
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Officials are reportedly considering a pay offer of between five and eight per cent. The Sun (2016)The attention focused on production methods has also reportedly paid off. Yearley, Steven Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)She also reportedly refused to speak to cops. The Sun (2008)He was reportedly once worth $23 million. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They reportedly pay hundreds of thousands of pounds to get on a boat crossing the Med. The Sun (2015)

Sinônimos de reportedly

allegedly, apparently, supposedly, by all accounts

Tendências de reportedly

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Traduções de reportedly

Inglês Britânico: reportedly ADVERB
If you say that something is reportedly true, you mean that someone has said that it is true, but you have no direct evidence of it.
More than two hundred people were reportedly injured.
  • Inglês Americano: reportedly
  • Português Brasileiro: supostamente
  • Chinês: 据报道
  • Espanhol Europeu: según se informa
  • Francês: à ce que l'on dit
  • Alemão: angeblich
  • Italiano: a quanto si dice
  • Japonês: 伝えられたところでは
  • Coreano: 소문에 의하면
  • Português Europeu: supostamente
  • Espanhol: según se informa


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