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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaccordinglyac‧cord‧ing‧ly /əˈkɔːdɪŋli $ əˈkɔːr-/ ●○○ adverb  1 SUITABLEin a way that is suitable for a particular situation or that is based on what someone has done or said Katherine still considered him a child and treated him accordingly.2 [sentence adverb]SO/CONSEQUENTLY as a result of something syn therefore Some of the laws were contradictory. Accordingly, measures were taken to clarify them.
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accordinglyDecide how much you can spend, and shop accordingly.He takes them for what they are, and deals with them accordingly.Perhaps young people perceive that our current values of the pursuit of wealth and power are hollow and react accordingly.Polly's landlord claimed that Polly lived in a studio-style maisonette and had set the rent accordingly.Christians, accordingly, are bound by obedience to their Lord to take their enemies seriously.He was accordingly arrested and taken to Vine Street Police Station where he duly provided two specimens of breath in the intoximeter.There aren't many jobs available. Accordingly, companies receive hundreds of resumés for every opening.This paper has accordingly sought to provide a framework for future research in this important area.
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