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/prɪˈzu mə bli/
by assuming reasonably; probably:
Since he is a consistent winner, he is presumably a superior player.
doubtless, likely, apparently.
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a diplomatic officer is under as strict discipline as an army officer.
If the allegation holds up, next comes a
gets difficult if you're talking to people from different castes at the same time.
Frog toxins engage the nose and make them thoroughly unappetizing to humans, and
predators as well.
they would protect the letter with a paper casing.
these slobs never wash the dishes, either.
reckons that its medicine is already working.
the idea is that if loggers pay fewer taxes, they will invest more in conservation.
They ornamented their bodies and buried their dead with elaborate grave goods,
to serve them in an afterlife.
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British Dictionary definitions for
) one presumes or supposes that
presumably he won't see you, if you're leaving tomorrow
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(...) on and on. It was rocking before I saw it And is presumably doing so still.
(...) such as only French newspaper-engravers can make, presumably etched on pieces of bread.
(...) something like an extra finger or two on the body, presumably of temporary duration, and never...
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