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Example sentences containing 'obviously'

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She obviously feels that it was important enough to make a stand. The Sun (2016)That gap would obviously make the league that little bit more exciting for a lot of people. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Also it is obviously something our bodies are designed to do. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Obviously he wants to earn money but for me life is not about that. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We obviously cannot go down that road. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They will always complain about that, obviously. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I know that obviously he has been singing a lot. The Sun (2016)Obviously his concern about retiring after the summer Euros debacle would have been that he was bowing out on such a low note. The Sun (2016)With the last two having the advantage, obviously, seeing as they were a team. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So it obviously just gets harder you get older. The Sun (2014)The little creature was obviously feeling a bit prickly. The Sun (2013)This would obviously require a much more flexible national curriculum. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Obviously it makes today really awkward and quite dramatic. The Sun (2011)We obviously have to see out the game better. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It gives an intensely dark look without being obviously made up. The Sun (2013) Obviously you need to do something about this. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Try to see her and her husband as the friends they so obviously want to be. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We are obviously going to follow up on that. The Sun (2012)She obviously knows a thing or two about keeping in shape. The Sun (2012)Obviously people care about the man who made a lot of money. Malcolm Balen A VERY ENGLISH DECEIT: The Secret History of the South Sea Bubble and the First Great Financial Scandal (2002)Obviously when you get a call from somebody like that you do listen. The Sun (2008)He obviously feels it is the right time to go. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The lure of a free watch was obviously too much. The Sun (2014)It obviously makes our task a bit easier but it is always a competitive race. The Sun (2015)She is scoring massive points already but now obviously comes the test of stepping up to the seniors. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

Synonyms of 'obviously'

clearly, of course, certainly, needless to say

Trends of 'obviously'

Very Common. obviously is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'obviously'

British English: obviously /ˈɒbvɪəslɪ/ ADVERB
You use obviously when you are stating something that you expect your listener to know already.
Obviously I'll be disappointed if I don't get the job.
  • American English: obviously
  • Arabic: بِشَكْلٍ وَاضِحٍ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: obviamente
  • Chinese: 明显地
  • Croatian: očito
  • Czech: zřejmě
  • Danish: åbenbart
  • Dutch: vanzelfsprekend
  • European Spanish: obviamente
  • Finnish: ilmiselvästi
  • French: évidemment
  • German: offensichtlich
  • Greek: προφανώς
  • Italian: evidentemente
  • Japanese: 明らかに
  • Korean: 분명하게
  • Norwegian: åpenbart
  • Polish: oczywiście
  • European Portuguese: obviamente
  • Romanian: evident
  • Russian: очевидно
  • Spanish: obviamente
  • Swedish: självklart
  • Thai: อย่างเห็นได้ชัด
  • Turkish: açıkçası
  • Ukrainian: очевидно
  • Vietnamese: hiển nhiên

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