Translation for 'gradually' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO bit by bit | gradually | step by step
gradually {adv}постепенно
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Translation for 'gradually' from English to Bulgarian

gradually {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • It extends around the long ridge, descending steeply along the parallel valleys of the Romagna side and more gradually on the Tuscan side, which has gentler slopes, especially in the Casentino area, which slopes down gradually to the broad valley of the Arno.
  • The Saka heartland was gradually conquered during the Turkic expansion, beginning in the sixth century, and the area was gradually Turkified linguistically under the Uyghurs.
  • The shipping trade gradually disappeared and by the early 20th century virtually everything associated with it on Österlånggatan was gone.
  • The term was gradually replaced with "profound mental retardation", which has since experienced euphemistic evolution and been gradually replaced with other terms.
  • The Hiberno-Normans gradually replaced these wooden motte-and-baileys with stone castles and tower houses.

  • From 1978, the rate of exchange depreciation was fixed with a "tablita", an active crawling peg that was based on a timetable to announce a gradually-declining rate of depreciation.
  • Since 2006 with the opening of the high speed lines the category gradually declined in several subcategories and the original gradually downsized.
  • Most of these mines were fully active until 1830 CE but were gradually abandoned as they became either submerged by the backwaters or depleted due to excessive mining.
  • The chest wall is elastic, gradually stiffening with age.
  • This is the most primitive version of RPG IV syntax. The same program is shown later with gradually more modern versions of the syntax and gradually more relaxed rules.

  • The course of his life gradually changed after joining the department because he gradually began to focus on running instead of football.
  • So we can see that the gradually varied function is defined to be more general than the digitally continuous function. The gradually varied function was defined by L. Chen in 1989.
  • American lobster tends to have a stable stock in colder northern waters, but gradually decreases in abundance moving southward.
  • Corbelling, where rows of corbels gradually build a wall out from the vertical, has long been used as a simple kind of vaulting, for example in many Neolithic chambered cairns, where walls are gradually corbelled in until the opening can be spanned by a slab.
  • The Spanish-based orthographies of other Philippine languages that were still using its old orthography began to be gradually replaced with the propagation of the new K-orthographies as more people became familiar with it.

  • The City of Richmond gradually began buying up the land of Chimborazo, [...] gradually removing all of the structures and beginning work on Chimborazo Park.
  • Slonczewski invented the concept of the Mitochondrial Singularity, the idea that the technological singularity is happening gradually; that humans are gradually becoming the "mitochondria of our own machines."
  • Slaves were given a new name on arrival, and gradually integrated in to the local culture, gradually forgetting their past; freed slaves normally by culture stayed in the household or in a clientship of their former owners.
  • 0 is gradually typed, allowing variables to be explicitly marked as dynamic by using the [...] type.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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