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 Translation for 'attentively' from English to Spanish
con interés {adv}attentively
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Translation for 'attentively' from English to Spanish

attentively
con interés {adv}
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Usage Examples English
  • He also had an accident that led to brain surgery causing the loss of most of his memory, including for details such as door dimensions, which he most attentively relearned.
  • In some dialects, 'korho' is used to mean (a person) of poor hearing or (a person) lacking wit, and it seems that these meanings are most likely derived from the "to listen attentively" meaning of the verb 'korhottaa'.
  • Her stories fascinate them, and they sit quietly and attentively whenever she offers her knowledge.
  • All candidates are urged to read this attentively.
  • distinguished musicians still wonder at his ability to carefully and attentively approach many different styles and genres of music.” (Kommersant, Ukraine).

  • For example, if a boss doesn't listen attentively to an employee, that in and of itself is not a micro-inequality.
  • Louis Joseph was very close to his sister and to his parents, who watched attentively over his education.
  • He was shy and quiet but attentively listened and was highly observant of his surroundings.
  • He listened attentively to the stories and knowledge of his elders in the Chumash community, which would later become important to furthering Chumash knowledge to the present.
  • The philosophy of the institution has been to listen attentively to the needs of the local populace and design programmes in accord with their changing requirements.

  • Mario also researches on paper making and attentively chooses his printing papers: black recycled paper, rice paper and other handmade japanese papers.
  • 1. Show their respect for their country by standing attentively and removing hats when the American flag passes and during the playing and singing of the National Anthem.
  • The play begins with a prologue in which the poet replies to criticisms made earlier by another, unnamed, poet, and begs the audience to listen attentively to his new play.
  • Camilleri cherished a deep affection for the thinking of Thomas Aquinas, and desired that his students learn to read him attentively and interpret him faithfully.
  • His eyes fix on her attentively, and he seems near hypnotised.

  • Silence plays a salient role in the Benedictine rule. It is thought that by clearing the mind of distraction, one may listen more attentively to the deity.
  • After some quieter years in the latter half of last century, the island is again in active use and attentively maintained.
  • He looked most attentively at the daughters of high officials, but he also ordered that no marriages take place across the empire until the selection process was done.
  • "From a class syllabus:" "Class participation" means attending class, listening attentively, answering and asking questions, and participating in class discussions.
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