originally

originally
adverb originalmente
originally adv al principio
originally there were two towers, but only one remains al principio había dos torres, pero sólo queda una
originally
tr[ə'rɪʤɪnəlɪ]
adverb
1 (in the beginning) originariamente, en un principio
2 (in a new way) de manera original, con originalidad
originally [ə'rɪʤənəli] adv
1) at first: al principio, originariamente
2) creatively: originalmente, con originalidad
originally
adv.
originalmente adv.
ə'rɪdʒənḷi
adverb
a) (in the beginning) originariamente, al principio

she's from Russia originally — es de origen ruso

b) (unusually) con originalidad, de manera original
[ǝ'rɪdʒǝnǝlɪ]
ADV
1) (=at first) originariamente, en un principio

originally they were in Athens — originariamente or en un principio estuvieron en Atenas

Lucy had originally intended to be a doctor — Lucy tenía inicialmente la intención de ser médico, Lucy en un principio tenía la intención de ser médico

he's originally from Armenia — es originario de Armenia

2) (=in an original way) con originalidad, de manera original

she dresses very originally — es muy original vistiendo, viste con mucha originalidad or de manera muy original

it is quite originally written — está escrito con bastante originalidad

* * *
[ə'rɪdʒənḷi]
adverb
a) (in the beginning) originariamente, al principio

she's from Russia originally — es de origen ruso

b) (unusually) con originalidad, de manera original

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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