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SYNO auspiciously | propitiously
auspiciously {adv}slibně
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Translation for 'auspiciously' from English to Czech

auspiciously {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • In December 2022, Fujii released the 100th album under her own name, auspiciously entitled “Hyaku One Hundred Dreams”.
  • in the region were auspiciously named after individuals involved with the reclamation, Noh songs, and Hyakunin Isshu, rather than any ancient names.
  • Its Latin name, Villa "Ad Gallinas Albas", referred to its breed of white chickens, which was said by Suetonius to have auspiciously omened origins.
  • In 1989, Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn attended auspiciously on occasion of invitation relics in Sri Lanka with 600 gm gold umbrella decorated on the top of pagoda.
  • His reign began auspiciously with a victory over Vikings who had raided Derry.
  • ... 136f), which were given auspiciously omened origins by Suetonius.
  • The series ran auspiciously for 2 years and was adapted for motion picture release, Mula sa Puso: The Movie in 1999.
  • Post college, Loos traveled to the United States and stayed there from 1893 to 1896 in desire to live auspiciously and to learn about outside architecture.
  • Bell auspiciously argued against this as he feared they might not be able to resume operations easily after the war, and since Major League Baseball was continuing unabated, then they should also.
  • Hooton's career began auspiciously with a no-hitter in his fourth major league game for the Cubs, and perhaps gained his widest recognition for his several playoff performances with the Dodgers.
  • The Chapter 897 article found in volume fifty-four of the Statutes at Large was unanimously adopted to oppose the populism and propaganda of the fifth column auspiciously accomplishing a departure from the propaganda of the deed.
  • The film traces Broich's career in the Bundesliga, which began auspiciously but ended following numerous athletic and personal setbacks and disappointments with a transfer to Australian club Brisbane Roar in 2010.
  • David auspiciously commented, "I'm sure I will be seeing a lot more of you."
  • Associazione Calcio Milan began the 2004–05 season auspiciously by winning the 2004 Supercoppa Italiana, with a comfortable 3–0 victory over Lazio (the winners of the previous season's Coppa Italia), thanks to a hat-trick by Andriy Shevchenko.
  • The European explorers sought to find a route from New France to the Western Sea, and from there to China and hence auspiciously the region where the canal was built was named Lachine.
  • Shortly thereafter they had this wonderful child – very auspiciously manifested.
  • Some centuries into the Fourth Age, the auspiciously-named Durin VII, a descendant of Dáin Ironfoot, succeeded as the King of the Longbeards and heir of the Kings of Khazad-dûm.
  • Leavitt's tenure at All Souls' began auspiciously. Nearly 1,000 worshippers regularly filled the church for two Sunday services, and the church found itself compelled to rent additional pews for the overflow.
  • Despite problems with the ice plant that threatened the home opener the Bruins started the season out auspiciously, defeating their fellow expansion Maroons squad in a nearly Arena 2–1; the first goal in franchise history was scored by Smokey Harris, while Carson Cooper, who assisted on Harris' goal, scored the game winner.
  • Grace had numerous nicknames during his career including "The Doctor", after he achieved his medical qualification; "The Old Man", as he reached the veteran stage; and most auspiciously "The Champion".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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