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orally

[ awr-uh-lee ]
/ ˈɔr ə li /
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adverb

through or by means of speech; vocally: The agreement cannot be changed or terminated orally; all changes must be made in writing.First written down millenia ago, the ancient Vedic texts continue to be passed down orally even today.
through or by means of the mouth:These medications can either be taken orally or injected under the skin.

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Origin of orally

non·o·ral·ly, adverbpost·o·ral·ly, adverbsub·o·ral·ly, adverbun·o·ral·ly, adverb
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