reliably


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re·li·a·ble

 (rĭ-lī′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being relied on; dependable: a reliable assistant; a reliable car.
2. Yielding the same or compatible results in different clinical experiments or statistical trials.

re·li′a·bil′i·ty, re·li′a·ble·ness n.
re·li′a·bly adv.
Synonyms: reliable, dependable, responsible, trustworthy, trusty
These adjectives mean worthy of reliance or trust: a reliable source of information; a dependable worker; a responsible babysitter; a trustworthy report; a trusty assistant.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.reliably - in a faithful mannerreliably - in a faithful manner; "it always came on, faithfully, like the radio"
undependably, unfaithfully, unreliably - in an unfaithful undependable unreliable manner
Translations
بصورةٍ موثوقَه
spolehlivě
fra en pålidelig kilde
megbízható forrásból
eftir áreiîanlegum heimildum
emin olarak

reliably

[rɪˈlaɪəblɪ] ADV I am reliably informed thatsé de fuentes fidedignas que ...
equipment that works reliably in most conditionsequipo que funciona sin fallos en la mayoría de las condiciones
stars whose distances we can reliably measureestrellas cuyas distancias podemos medir con cierta precisión

reliably

[rɪˈlaɪəbli] adv
(= dependably) → de manière fiable
to be reliably informed → savoir de source fiable

reliably

advzuverlässig; I am reliably informed that …ich weiß aus zuverlässiger Quelle, dass …

reliably

[rɪˈlaɪəblɪ] adv I am reliably informed that ...so da fonti sicure che...

rely

(rəˈlai) : rely on verb
1. to depend on or need. The people on the island relied on the supplies that were brought from the mainland; I am relying on you to help me.
2. to trust (someone) to do something; to be certain that (something will happen). Can he rely on him to keep a secret?; He can be relied on; That is what will probably happen, but we can't rely on it.
reˈliable (-ˈlai-) adjective
(negative unreliable) able to be trusted. Is he reliable?; Is this information reliable?
reˌliaˈbility noun
reˈliably (-ˈlai-) adverb
from a reliable source; by a reliable person. I am reliably informed that the Prime Minister is going to resign.
reˈliance (-ˈlai-) noun
a country's reliance on aid from other countries; a child's reliance on its mother.
reˈliant adjective
References in classic literature ?
I care not to perform this part of my task methodically; but shall be content to produce the desired impression by separate citations of items, practically or reliably known to me as a whaleman; and from these citations, I take it --the conclusion aimed at will naturally follow of itself.
It thinks such products are "ill suited to retail consumers who cannot reliably assess the value and risks of derivatives or exchange-traded notes that reference certain cryptoassets."
The subsequent manly thump downrange --combined with voluminous white smoke--will reliably start a party anyplace two or more gun nerds are gathered.
The kidnappers of two officers of the Federal Roads Safety Corps (FRSC) abducted on Sunday in Osun, collected N1.8million before releasing their victims on Tuesday night, Nigerian Tribune reliably gathered.
with the completion of the nga network, all underserved subscribers in the development area (especially households, businesses, public institutions, educational institutions, etc.) must be reliably connected to the nga network and reliably supplied with at least 1 gbit / s downstream.
However, based on the current status of the discussions, it is the company's assessment that the resolution of these matters will result in material financial and other measures, the magnitude and impact of which cannot be reliably estimated or ascertained at this time.
The company said it "fell well short" of its goal to ensure cards work reliably at all times following problems on Friday afternoon.
For Bitzer, training its customers and business partners is very important, as the professional handling of its products by well-trained staff is a significant factor to ensure they function reliably across different climate zones.
This might just be the highest temperature ever reliably measured on the planet during April.
The Smart LEak Detection (SLED) system uses optical sensor fusion and machine learning to reliably and autonomously detect small liquid pipeline leaks of hazardous chemicals in real-time.
Now, in a seismic event, the actresses are appearing in the same film that, unsurprisingly, turns out to be reliably dreadful.
The exercise is to determine how fast a vehicle can travel and still be reliably detected using RFID.

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