Definition of 'supposedly'
Example sentences containing 'supposedly'
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There are three dead bodies there including Lazard, who was supposedly brokering a deal for us. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)But at the time of the murder, she was supposedly in a cab trying to find an open florist shop. MURDER IN E MINOR (2002)He was an Indian named Manny Elk Antler, a Pawnee, supposedly. STONE CITY (2002)
Now he's joined forces with a David Ambrose who's supposedly a hotshot golf-course developer. BREACH OF DUTY (2002)
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Translations for 'supposedly'
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
- Spanish: supuestamente
- Swedish: förmodligen
- Thai: ตามที่สมมุติ
- Turkish: varsayalım ki
- Ukrainian: як припускають
- Vietnamese: cho là
Definition of supposedly from the Collins English Dictionary
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