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closely

closely

/ˈkɫoʊsɫi/
adverb
without having a lot of space or time in between

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apart

apart

/əˈpɑɹt/
adverb
distanced from one another by time or space

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wherever

wherever

/hwɛˈɹɛvɝ/, /wɛˈɹɛvɝ/
adverb
to, in, or at any place

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meanwhile

meanwhile

/ˈminˌwaɪɫ/
adverb
at the same time but often somewhere else
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Meanwhile, many cities are creating new bicycle paths and street traffic lanes to encourage people to ride bicycles.

Meanwhile, CSIs first take hundreds of photographs of the crime site.

Meanwhile, Brad picks up the ball and brings it to Shawn.

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barely

barely

/ˈbɛɹɫi/
adverb
in a manner that almost does not exist or occur

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regardless

regardless

/ɹəˈɡɑɹdɫəs/
adverb
with no attention to the thing mentioned

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effectively

effectively

/ˈifɛktɪvɫi/, /ɪˈfɛktɪvɫi/
adverb
in a way that results in the desired outcome
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But psychologists ask this question: Do multitasking humans operate effectively and efficiently when they really need to concentrate?

Teaching them how to communicate effectively and clearly to you.

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physically

physically

/ˈfɪzɪkəɫi/, /ˈfɪzɪkɫi/
adverb
in relation to the body as opposed to the mind
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Some scientists tried to show that it was physically impossible for continental rock to move across the ocean floor.

"The hymen means nothing physically. "

Yesterday was so bad mentally and physically.

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overall

overall

/ˈoʊvɝˌɔɫ/
adverb
with everything considered
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Overall, I'm enjoying it.

But overall, yes, there are deaf people who can read.

Overall, let me just say, I loved this movie so much.

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initially

initially

/ˌɪˈnɪʃəɫi/
adverb
at first; at the beginning

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previously

previously

/ˈpɹiviəsɫi/
adverb
before this moment or a specific time
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Previously, elevators had been used for lifting things on ships or in factories.

Previously, most people lived on farms or in small towns.

The data included photos of people previously arrested for stealing, causing fights, and other illegal activities.

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largely

largely

/ˈɫɑɹdʒɫi/
adverb
chiefly or mostly; to a great degree

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heavily

heavily

/ˈhɛvəɫi/
adverb
in large amounts or to a great degree

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live

live

/ˈɫaɪv/, /ˈɫɪv/
adverb
performed or recorded in front of an audience or as the mentioned event is taking place

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in the first place

in the first place

/ɪnðə fˈɜːstplˌeɪs/
adverb
used to talk about why something was or was not done from the beginning

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correctly

correctly

/kɝˈɛktɫi/
adverb
in a right way and without mistake
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It tells if the number scanned correctly.

"I want to be sure we collected everything correctly.

Read it correctly this time, or I'll pull your hair!' '

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regularly

regularly

/ˈɹɛɡjəɫɝɫi/
adverb
at regular intervals or with the same amount of time between events

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nowhere

nowhere

/ˈnoʊˌwɛɹ/, /ˈnoʊhˌwɛɹ/
adverb
not any place; to or in any place

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deep

deep

/ˈdip/
adverb
at, or to a significant depth

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mainly

mainly

/ˈmeɪnɫi/
adverb
more than any other thing
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The clients differ mainly in how they choose to present the data.

I started with YouTube, 'cause I was like... mainly, that was after high school graduation.

It's used to join two ropes, but mainly to create a Prusik loop.

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frequently

frequently

/ˈfɹikwəntɫi/, /ˈfɹikwɛntɫi/
adverb
regularly and with short time in between
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Frequently, names of products aimed at high-income consumers implicitly advertise luxury.

He frequently writes letters to Grandma and Grandpa describing places his family has visited.

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through

through

/ˈθɹu/
adverb
expressing movement from one side of something to the other

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afterward

afterward

/ˈæftɝwɝd/
adverb
after another event that has just been mentioned
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At that point, when I was done, it was, you know, socialising afterward.

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behind

behind

/bɪˈhaɪnd/
adverb
toward or at the back of something or someone

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significantly

significantly

/sɪɡˈnɪfɪkəntɫi/
adverb
in a manner that is important or large enough to be noticed or be effective
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Research also suggests that switching between tasks significantly delays completion.

When humans learned to farm, it significantly changed the way they lived.

Its sound alters significantly as the gong returns to its nonvibrating state.

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