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1. Of or resulting from divine providence.
2. Happening as if through divine intervention; opportune. See Synonyms at fortunate.
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|Adv.||1.||providentially - in a fortunately providential manner; "providentially the weather remained good"|
|2.||providentially - in a providential manner; as determined by providence; "his providentially destined role"|
|3.||providentially - in a prudent manner; "I had allotted my own bedroom for necking, prudently removing both the bed and the key, and taken both myself and my typewriter into my son's bedroom."|
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providentially[ˌprɒvɪˈdenʃəlɪ] ADV → providencialmente; (= fortunately) → afortunadamente, milagrosamente
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providentially[ˌprɒvɪˈdɛnʃəli] adv (= fortunately) → providentiellement
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providentially[ˌprɒvɪˈdɛnʃ/əlɪ] adv → provvidenzialmente
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