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nec·es·sar·i·ly

 (nĕs′ĭ-sâr′ə-lē, -sĕr′-)
adv.
Of necessity; inevitably.

necessarily

(ˈnɛsɪsərɪlɪ; ˌnɛsɪˈsɛrɪlɪ)
adv
1. as an inevitable or natural consequence: girls do not necessarily like dolls.
2. as a certainty: he won't necessarily come.

nec•es•sar•i•ly

(ˌnɛs əˈsɛər ə li, -ˈsɛr-)

adv.
1. by or of necessity: You don't necessarily have to attend.
2. as a necessary, logical, or inevitable result: That conclusion doesn't necessarily follow.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.necessarily - in an essential manner; "such expenses are necessarily incurred"
unnecessarily - in an unnecessary manner; "they were unnecessarily rude"
2.necessarily - in such a manner as could not be otherwise; "it is necessarily so"; "we must needs by objective"
3.necessarily - as a highly likely consequence; "we are necessarily bound for federalism in Europe"

necessarily

adverb
1. automatically, naturally, definitely, undoubtedly, accordingly, by definition, of course, certainly A higher price does not necessarily guarantee a better product.
2. inevitably, of necessity, unavoidably, perforce, incontrovertibly, nolens volens (Latin) In any policy area, a number of ministries is necessarily involved.
Translations
بِالْضَّرُورَةِضَرورِيّاً
nutněnevyhnutelně
nødvendigvis
välttämättä
nužno
nauîsynlega
必ず
부득이
nujno
nödvändigtvis
อย่างจำเป็น
nhất thiết

necessarily

[ˈnesɪsərɪlɪ] ADVnecesariamente, forzosamente
"you will have to resign" - "not necessarily"-tendrás que dimitir -no necesariamente
it doesn't necessarily follow thatno implica necesariamente or por fuerza que ...
this is not necessarily the caseesto no tiene por qué ser así

necessarily

[ˌnɛsəˈsɛrəli] advnécessairement
Tourism is an industry that has a necessarily close connection with governments → Le tourisme est une industrie qui a des liens nécessairement étroits avec les gouvernements.
not necessarily → pas nécessairement, pas forcément
This is not necessarily true → Cela n'est pas nécessairement vrai.

necessarily

advnotwendigerweise (also Logic), → unbedingt; not necessarilynicht unbedingt; if that is true, then it is not necessarily the case that …wenn das stimmt, muß es nicht unbedingt sein, dass …

necessarily

[ˈnɛsɪsrɪlɪ] advnecessariamente, per forza; (lead to, give rise to) → inevitabilmente
not necessarily → non necessariamente, non è detto

necessary

(ˈnesisəri) adjective
needed; essential. Is it necessary to sign one's name?; I shall do all that is necessary.
ˌnecesˈsarily (-ˈse-) adverb
necessitate (niˈsesiteit) verb
to make necessary. Re-building the castle would necessitate spending a lot of money.
necessity (niˈsesəti) plural neˈcessities noun
something needed or essential. Food is one of the necessities of life.

necessarily

بِالْضَّرُورَةِ nutně nødvendigvis unbedingt απαραίτητα forzosamente välttämättä nécessairement nužno necessariamente 必ず 부득이 noodzakelijkerwijs nødvendigvis koniecznie necessariamente обязательно nödvändigtvis อย่างจำเป็น kaçınılmaz bir şekilde nhất thiết 必要地
References in classic literature ?
But he won't necessarily come from the same direction he took.
But the beginning of things, of a world especially, is necessarily vague, tangled, chaotic, and exceedingly disturbing.
Notwithstanding the Hurons were necessarily ignorant of the little channels among the eddies and rapids of the stream, they knew the common signs of such a navigation too well to commit any material blunder.
After a very brief inspection of his face, it was easy to conceive that his footstep must necessarily be such an one as that which, slowly and with as indefinite an aim as a child's first journey across a floor, had just brought him hitherward.
And here his descendants have been born and died, and have mingled their earthly substance with the soil, until no small portion of it must necessarily be akin to the mortal frame wherewith, for a little while, I walk the streets.
Besides, argued I, fasting makes the body cave in; hence the spirit caves in; and all thoughts born of a fast must necessarily be half-starved.
You understand," he said, "that in a society dominated by the fact of commercial competition, money is necessarily the test of prowess, and wastefulness the sole criterion of power.
A very few--as heroes, patriots, martyrs, reformers in the great sense, and men--serve the state with their consciences also, and so necessarily resist it for the most part; and they are commonly treated as enemies by it.
No life was in sight, but necessarily there must have been some wounded in the rear ranks, who were carried off the field under cover of the wall of smoke; there would be sickness among the others -- there always is, after an episode like that.
Necessarily, this unceasing attention to the art develops an expert occasionally.
Cobb guessed nothing of these harassing details of travel, his business being to carry people to their destinations, not, necessarily, to make them comfortable on the way.
DOUGLASS to address the convention: He came forward to the platform with a hesitancy and embar- rassment, necessarily the attendants of a sensitive mind in such a novel position.