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caus·al

 (kô′zəl)
adj.
1. Of, involving, or constituting a cause: a causal relationship between scarcity of goods and higher prices.
2. Indicative of or expressing a cause.
n.
A word or grammatical element, such as since or because, expressing a cause or reason.

caus′al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.causally - in a causal fashion; "causally efficacious powers"
Translations

causally

[ˈkɔːzəlɪ] ADVcausalmente
they are causally relatedguardan una relación de causa y efecto

causally

advkausal, ursächlich; they are causally connecteddazwischen besteht ein Kausalzusammenhang
References in classic literature ?
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Information is the basic brick in its conversion, to causally generate Space, then Time.
Like looking after your children rather than causally perusing the aisles of Tesco.
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He then causally walked out of the hotel lobby and drove off in his Lexus on December 12 last year, claimed the 27-year-old Egyptian man.
The best it can hope for is that phenomenal properties are causally relevant, but not in virtue of their phenomenality.
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In addressing factors giving rise to social exclusion, let alone student wellbeing, if anxiety is causally related, it cannot be healthy for them if, through parents being unable to secure a place in a nursery school, and anxious at securing a place within a "Good Primary School", the student reflects the anxieties through their formative years.