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Related to parenthetically: absently
adj. also par·en·thet·ic (-ĭk)
1. Set off within or as if within parentheses; qualifying or explanatory: a parenthetical remark.
2. Using or containing parentheses.
A parenthetical word, phrase, or remark.
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|Adv.||1.||parenthetically - in a parenthetical manner; "he added parenthetically that he would not attend the wedding ceremony"|
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adverb incidentally, by the way, in passing, by way of explanation, by the bye This brings us, parenthetically, to another question.
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parenthetically[ˌpærənˈθetɪkəlɪ] ADV → entre paréntesis
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parenthetically[ˌpærənˈθɛtɪk/əlɪ] adv → tra parentesi
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