Translation: from spanish

it's virtually

  • 1 virtualmente

    • virtually

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > virtualmente

  • 2 virtualmente

    adv.
    virtually, in effect.
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    1 virtually
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    = virtually, virtually.
    Ex. Virtually all software packages offer the purchaser the opportunity to evolve a record format which suits a specific application.
    Ex. If a patron is willing to take the time and effort to use the library -- whether physically or virtually -- there may be an economic benefit that the patron receives from that use.
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    = virtually, virtually.

    Ex: Virtually all software packages offer the purchaser the opportunity to evolve a record format which suits a specific application.

    Ex: If a patron is willing to take the time and effort to use the library -- whether physically or virtually -- there may be an economic benefit that the patron receives from that use.

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    virtually
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    virtually
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    adv virtually

    Spanish-English dictionary > virtualmente

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