English to Swahili Meaning :: briefly

Briefly :
- ufupi

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(1) the results will only be referred to briefly here(2) as I briefly mentioned earlier(3) briefly, a currach is a type of rowing boat(4) I will briefly summarize some of the main areas of law that are relevant to this case.(5) Boies had been able to come back to Quebec briefly for Mia's birth.(6) he briefly lived there(7) In the article in question, Engels outlines briefly the history of the German party.(8) he worked briefly as a lawyer(9) We end by looking briefly at tools of the trade.(10) George exhaled deeply and leaned against the wall, briefly looking away before gazing back at Becky apologetically.(11) After we chatted briefly , she rang a bell and summoned Jacinta, her Spanish maid.(12) Let us take these issues briefly in turn.(13) When I chat briefly to Mareko backstage at the gig later that night, he too is modest and friendly.(14) Darcy snorted briefly , his mouth twitching.(15) he worked briefly as a lawyer(16) briefly, the plot is as follows
Related Words
(1) very briefly ::
kwa ufupi sana
1. momentarily ::
kwa muda
2. in short ::
Kwa kifupi
3. in brief ::
kwa kifupi
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