- cen|tral|ly [ `sentrəli ] adverb1. ) something that is done centrally is dealt with by a central organization or system:a centrally planned economyOur staff are now recruited centrally rather than locally.2. ) FORMAL in the middle of a space:The table was placed centrally in the room.a ) centrally located near the middle of a city or area, and therefore very convenient:the centrally located Hotel Miramar3. ) FORMAL mainly:This is what the Cold War was centrally about.
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Centrally — Cen tral*ly, adv. In a central manner or situation. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
centrally — UK [ˈsentrəlɪ] / US adverb 1) something that is done centrally is dealt with by a central organization or system Our staff are now recruited centrally rather than locally. centrally heated: our cosy centrally heated houses 2) formal in the middle … English dictionary
centrally — central UK US /ˈsentrəl/ adjective ► main or important: be central to sth »Offshore production is central to the strategies of some of the world s most powerful businesses. »Communication plays a central role in developing trust within an… … Financial and business terms
centrally — adv. Centrally is used with these adjectives: ↑concerned, ↑organized, ↑situated Centrally is used with these verbs: ↑administer, ↑control, ↑fund, ↑impose, ↑locate, ↑manage, ↑organize, ↑ … Collocations dictionary
centrally — adverb /ˈsɛnt.ɹə.li/ In a central manner or situation; at, to, through or from the centre. The tubes being filled with distilled water, the light from an electric lamp was directed toward the central glass of the refractometer and the latter… … Wiktionary
centrally — central ► ADJECTIVE 1) in or near the centre. 2) very important; essential. DERIVATIVES centrality noun centrally adverb … English terms dictionary
centrally — adverb in or near or toward a center or according to a central role or function (Freq. 5) The theater is centrally located • Ant: ↑peripherally • Derived from adjective: ↑central … Useful english dictionary
centrally — adverb see central I … New Collegiate Dictionary
centrally — See central. * * * … Universalium
centrally — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. in the middle, in the center, in the heart of, midway, halfway; see also central 1 … English dictionary for students