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[ih-spesh-uh-lee] /ɪˈspɛʃ ə li/

particularly; exceptionally; markedly:
Be especially watchful.
in particular; specifically: for everyone’s sake, especially your children’s
very much: especially useful for vegans

c.1400, from especial + -ly (2).


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