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fi•nal•ly(ˈfaɪn l i)
Don't use 'eventually' when you mean that something might be true. Use possibly or perhaps.
When something happens after a lot of delays or problems, you can say that it eventually happens or that it finally happens You use eventually when you want to emphasize that there were a lot of problems. You use finally when you want to emphasize the amount of time it took.
You can also use finally to show that something happens last in a series of events.
Don't use 'eventually' with this meaning, unless you want to emphasize that it happened after a lot of delays or problems.
You can also use finally to introduce a final point, ask a final question, or mention a final item.
Don't use 'eventually' with this meaning.
|Adv.||1.||finally - after an unspecified period of time or an especially long delay|
|2.||finally - as the end result of a succession or process; "ultimately he had to give in"; "at long last the winter was over"|
|3.||finally - the item at the end; "last, I'll discuss family values"|
finally, I would like to say → por último or finalmente, me gustaría añadir ...
They finally decided to leave on Saturday instead of Friday → Ils ont finalement décidé de partir samedi au lieu de vendredi.
and finally (= and eventually) → et finalement