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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 ?
Besides, those who contrive this plan of community cannot easily avoid the following evils; namely, blows, murders involuntary or voluntary, quarrels, and reproaches, all which it would be impious indeed to be guilty of towards our fathers and mothers, or those who are nearly related to us; though not to those who are not connected to us by any tie of affinity: and certainly these mischiefs must necessarily happen oftener amongst those who do not know how they are connected to each other than those who do; and when they do happen, if it is among the first of these, they admit of a legal expiation, but amongst the latter that cannot be done.
If a man states that a wing is necessarily relative to a bird, the connexion between these two will not be reciprocal, for it will not be possible to say that a bird is a bird by reason of its wings.
If we define a rudder as necessarily having reference to a boat, our definition will not be appropriate, for the rudder does not have this reference to a boat qua boat, as there are boats which have no rudders.
Now as tragic imitation implies persons acting, it necessarily follows, in the first place, that Spectacular equipment will be a part of Tragedy.
Again, Tragedy is the imitation of an action; and an action implies personal agents, who necessarily possess certain distinctive qualities both of character and thought; for it is by these that we qualify actions themselves, and these--thought and character--are the two natural causes from which actions spring, and on actions again all success or failure depends.
In doing so he necessarily got some on the other hand, and when he had finished washing, both were so white that he went to bed and sent for a physician.
But the management of two balloons would, necessarily, be very difficult, in view of the problem how to keep them both at an equal ascensional force.
Watching the two young people with keen powers of observation, necessarily concentrated on them by the complete seclusion of her life, the invalid lady discovered signs of roused sensibility in Miss Haldane, when Arthur was present, which had never yet shown themselves in her social relations with other admirers eager to pay their addresses to her.
The Socialistic bourgeois want all the advantages of modern social conditions without the struggles and dangers necessarily resulting therefrom.
I was necessarily one among the witnesses summoned to assist the objects of the investigation.
But the beginning of things, of a world especially, is necessarily vague, tangled, chaotic, and exceedingly disturbing.
Therefore, it follows necessarily that, if Pandolfo was not in the first rank, he was in the second, for whenever one has judgment to know good and bad when it is said and done, although he himself may not have the initiative, yet he can recognize the good and the bad in his servant, and the one he can praise and the other correct; thus the servant cannot hope to deceive him, and is kept honest.