Translation of presumably in Spanish:


Pronunciation /prɪˈzjuːməbli//prəˈz(j)uməbli/


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    you've taken the necessary steps, presumably supongo / me imagino que habrás tomado las medidas pertinentes
    • so we'll have the results tomorrow — presumably entonces recibiremos los resultados mañana — me imagino / supongo / es de suponer (que sí)
    • Motorcyclists are vulnerable at all times and presumably use the roads in full knowledge of this.
    • If monetary policy were inappropriate, presumably risks would never be in balance.
    • It is for that reason that you would presumably assert a right to be heard this morning?
    • He presumably sees nothing wrong in using the police for propaganda purposes.
    • The morphine sounds ominous, but it was presumably to alleviate the ski injury.
    • This week dozens of framed prints were on sale elsewhere, presumably bankrupt stock.
    • No protest at these inconsistencies, so presumably no one has a right to now.
    • Since this film is being made in Hollywood, presumably its main audience will be American.
    • He will also be a star of Romeo And Juliet - which presumably means making more love?
    • At least four panels and two small decorations are missing, presumably destroyed.
    • The series was then filmed in Warsaw, presumably because costs were lower there.
    • Rewriting of history for bellicose use can also, presumably, be a very fine art.
    • The lift wouldn't work, presumably because it was too heavy, being gold plated and all.
    • That we hear not even a peep from him is presumably due to the fact that too many sponsors and cronies are in on the great land scam.
    • Whether it was easier to shop is arguable, because presumably the number of staff are also at a minimum.
    • At least if we were all locked in, we presumably didn't have to be Houdini to get out.
    • Then, presumably, the state will be drafted back in to provide further subsidies.
    • Persistent attempts to do so would presumably earn him the red card of expulsion from the chamber.
    • This club could attract people into the late evening and presumably the early hours of the morning.