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oc·ca·sion·al·ly

 (ə-kā′zhə-nə-lē)
adv.
Now and then; from time to time.

occasionally

(əˈkeɪʒənəlɪ)
adv
from time to time

oc•ca•sion•al•ly

(əˈkeɪ ʒə nl i)

adv.
at times; from time to time; now and then.
[1615–25]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.occasionally - now and then or here and there; "he was arrogant and occasionally callous"; "open areas are only occasionally interrupted by clumps of trees"; "they visit New York on occasion"; "now and again she would take her favorite book from the shelf and read to us"; "as we drove along, the beautiful scenery now and then attracted his attention"

occasionally

occasionally

adverb
Translations
příležitostněobčas
lejlighedsvis
joskussilloin tällöinvälillä
povremeno
alkalmilagalkalomadtánnagyritkánnéhanapján
öîru hverju
時折
때때로
príležitostne
tu in tam
ibland
บางครั้งบางคราว
đôi khi

occasionally

[əˈkeɪʒnəlɪ] ADVde vez en cuando, a veces, ocasionalmente (frm), cada cuando (LAm)
he occasionally drinks wine but never beerde vez en cuando or a veces bebe vino pero nunca cerveza
very occasionallymuy de vez en cuando, muy de tarde en tarde
we see each other (only) very occasionallynos vemos (sólo) muy de vez en cuando or muy de tarde en tarde

occasionally

[əˈkeɪʒənəli] advà l'occasion
very occasionally → très occasionnellementoccasional table n (British)table f d'appoint

occasionally

advgelegentlich, hin und wieder, zuweilen (geh); very occasionallysehr selten, nicht sehr oft

occasionally

[əˈkeɪʒnlɪ] advogni tanto
very occasionally → molto raramente

occasion

(əˈkeiʒən) noun
1. a particular time. I've heard him speak on several occasions.
2. a special event. The wedding was a great occasion.
ocˈcasional adjective
happening, done etc now and then. I take an occasional trip to London.
ocˈcasionally adverb
now and then. I occasionally go to the theatre.

occasionally

مِن وَقْتٍ لِآخَرٍ příležitostně lejlighedsvis gelegentlich περιστασιακά de vez en cuando silloin tällöin occasionnellement povremeno saltuariamente 時折 때때로 af en toe nå og da od czasu do czasu de vez em quando случайно ibland บางครั้งบางคราว arada sırada đôi khi 偶尔

occasionally

adv de vez en cuando, a veces
References in classic literature ?
I don't tell tales," replied Laurie, with his `high and mighty' air, as Jo called a certain expression which he occasionally wore.
Sometimes she stayed in the room with him all day, walking about and occasionally creeping close to touch him tenderly with her hands, and then other days came when she did not want to see or be near the tiny bit of humanity that had come into the house.
Occasionally one of the horses would tear off with his teeth a plant full of blossoms, and walk along munching it, the flowers nodding in time to his bites as he ate down toward them.
The lines of her body were long, clean and symmetrical; it was a body which occasionally fell into splendid poses; there was no suggestion of the trim, stereotyped fashion-plate about it.
Occasionally he would stop; and in the midst of a breathing stillness, that the dull but increasing roar of the waterfall only served to render more impressive, he would listen with painful intenseness, to catch any sounds that might arise from the slumbering forest.
It strikes me occasionally, just as a scientific hypothesis,--that perhaps it is the paper!
Conspicuous among the dusty passengers, the two pretty and youthful faces of the daughters of Philip Carr, mining superintendent and engineer, looked from the windows with no little anxiety towards their future home in the straggling settlement below, that occasionally came in view at the turns of the long zigzagging road.
Such an effect may occasionally be observed in pictures of antique date.
Oftentimes they were asleep, but occasionally might be heard talking together, ill voices between a speech and a snore, and with that lack of energy that distinguishes the occupants of alms-houses, and all other human beings who depend for subsistence on charity, on monopolized labour, or anything else but their own independent exertions.
He assisted the farmers occasionally in the lighter labors of their farms, helped to make hay, mended the fences, took the horses to water, drove the cows from pasture, and cut wood for the winter fire.
For if it occurred to me that I might occasionally excite suspicion by the little outbreaks of my sharper passion for them, so too I remember wondering if I mightn't see a queerness in the traceable increase of their own demonstrations.
Of the seven hundred and fifty students in the university at the time I am writing of, only eighty belonged to the five corps, and it is only these corps that do the dueling; occasionally other students borrow the arms and battleground of the five corps in order to settle a quarrel, but this does not happen every dueling-day.