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third·ly

 (thûrd′lē)
adv.
In the third place, rank, or order.

thirdly

(ˈθɜːdlɪ)
adv
in the third position
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.thirdly - in the third place; "third we must consider unemployment"
Translations
ثَالِثاًثالِثاً
za třetízatřetí
for det tredje
kolmanneksi
Kao treće
harmadszor
í òriîja lagi
第三に
세 번째로
po tretie
för det tredje
ในลำดับสาม
thứ ba

thirdly

[ˈθɜːdlɪ] ADVen tercer lugar

thirdly

[ˈθɜːrdli] advtroisièmementthird party ntierce personne f, tiers mthird party, fire and theft nassurance f au tiers, vol et incendiethird-party insurance nassurance f au tiersthird person n (GRAMMAR)troisième personne f
in the third person → à la troisième personnethird-rate [ˌθɜːrdˈreɪt] adj [movie, actor, book, hotel, work] → très médiocreThird World third world
n
the Third World → le tiers-mondeThird World Third-World, third world, third-world modif [country, debt] → du tiers-monde; [poverty] → dans le tiers-monde

thirdly

advdrittens

thirdly

[ˈθɜːdlɪ] advin terzo luogo, terzo

third

(θəːd) noun
1. one of three equal parts.
2. (also adjective) the last of three (people, things etc); the next after the second.
adverb
in the third position. John came first in the race, and I came third.
ˈthirdly adverb
in the third place. Firstly, I haven't enough money; secondly, I'm too old; and thirdly it's raining.
ˌthird-ˈclass adjective, adverb
of or in the class next after or below the second.
third degree
a severe method of questioning people, sometimes using torture etc. The police gave him the third degree.
third party
a third person who is not directly involved in an action, contract etc. Was there a third party present when you and she agreed to the sale?
ˌthird-ˈrate adjective
of very bad quality. a third-rate performance.
the Third World
the developing countries, those not part of or aligned with the two main powers. the needs of the Third World.

thirdly

ثَالِثاً za třetí for det tredje drittens τρίτον en tercer lugar kolmanneksi troisièmement Kao treće in terzo luogo 第三に 세 번째로 ten derde for det tredje po trzecie em terceiro lugar в-третьих för det tredje ในลำดับสาม üçüncü olarak thứ ba 第三
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Wilson refused to suspect Tom; for first, Tom couldn't murder anybody--he hadn't character enough; secondly, if he could murder a person he wouldn't select his doting benefactor and nearest relative; thirdly, self-interest was in the way; for while the uncle lived, Tom was sure of a free support and a chance to get the destroyed will revived again, but with the uncle gone, that chance was gone too.
First, because he's a darling; secondly, because I love him, and he loves me; thirdly, because there is never any difference of opinion between us (is there?
Firstly, because, on fine Sundays, he often walked out, before dinner, with the Doctor and Lucie; secondly, because, on unfavourable Sundays, he was accustomed to be with them as the family friend, talking, reading, looking out of window, and generally getting through the day; thirdly, because he happened to have his own little shrewd doubts to solve, and knew how the ways of the Doctor's household pointed to that time as a likely time for solving them.
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The Slaughterer answered that they would have three things: First, the head of their chief, whose place Galazi should fill henceforth; secondly, that fair maid whom men named the Lily; thirdly, a thousand head of cattle.
And he who disobeys us is, as we maintain, thrice wrong: first, because in disobeying us he is disobeying his parents; secondly, because we are the authors of his education; thirdly, because he has made an agreement with us that he will duly obey our commands; and he neither obeys them nor convinces us that our commands are unjust; and we do not rudely impose them, but give him the alternative of obeying or convincing us;--that is what we offer, and he does neither.
And thirdly, that men accustomed to investigate the sources of public prosperity upon a large scale, must be too well convinced of the utility of commerce, to be inclined to inflict upon it so deep a wound as would result from the entire exclusion of those who would best understand its interest from a share in the management of them.
Without inquiring into the accuracy of the distinction on which the objection is founded, it will be necessary to a just estimate of its force, first, to ascertain the real character of the government in question; secondly, to inquire how far the convention were authorized to propose such a government; and thirdly, how far the duty they owed to their country could supply any defect of regular authority.
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Thirdly, character must be true to life: for this is a distinct thing from goodness and propriety, as here described.
Why, in the first place, I heard it from Madame Danglars, who, by the by, is dying to see you in her box, or to have you seen there by others; secondly, I learned it from Beauchamp's journal; and thirdly, from my own imagination.
I made a drink-offering to all the dead, first with honey and milk, then with wine, and thirdly with water, and I sprinkled white barley meal over the whole, praying earnestly to the poor feckless ghosts, and promising them that when I got back to Ithaca I would sacrifice a barren heifer for them, the best I had, and would load the pyre with good things.