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eventually

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheventuallye‧ven‧tu‧al‧ly /ɪˈventʃuəli, -tʃəli/ ●●● S1 W2 AWL adverb 🔊 🔊 EVENTUALLYafter a long time, or after a lot of things have happened 🔊 He eventually escaped and made his way back to England. 🔊 Eventually, she got a job and moved to London.
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eventuallyIf energy prices continued to rise it would be worrisome and eventually feed into broader inflation measures.Seventy-two percent of people eventually found work, but mainly in low-paid service jobs.He eventually panicked and ran off as the boy screamed for help.The absence of unrelenting selling pressure may eventually stabilise land prices and stem the deterioration in balance sheets.Eventually, the sky cleared up and we went to the beach.The judge procrastinated, but eventually the tabloids had their sport.When Margy eventually went to court for her new shoplifting charge the judge gave her a probation order.
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