probably

[ prob-uh-blee ]
/ ˈprɒb ə bli /

adverb

in all likelihood; very likely: He will probably attend.

Origin of probably

First recorded in 1525–35; probable + -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for probably

probably
/ (ˈprɒbəblɪ) /

adverb

(sentence modifier; not used with a negative or in a question) in all likelihood or probabilityI'll probably see you tomorrow

sentence substitute

I believe such a thing or situation may be the case
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