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[prob-uh-blee] /ˈprɒb ə bli/
adverb
1.
in all likelihood; very likely:
He will probably attend.
Origin of probably
1525-1535
1525-35; probable + -ly
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probably

/ˈprɒbəblɪ/
adverb
1.
(sentence modifier; not used with a negative or in a question) in all likelihood or probability: I'll probably see you tomorrow
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2.
I believe such a thing or situation may be the case
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Word Origin and History for probably
adv.

mid-15c., "plausibly," from probable + -ly (2). As a general purpose qualifier, 1610s.

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