finally അവസാനമായി


finally = അവസാനമായി

Pronunciation =  finally

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഫൈനലി

finally in Malayalam: അവസാനമായി

Part of speechadverb 

Definition in English: after a long time, typically when there has been difficulty or delay. 

Definition in Malayalam: ഒരുപാട് കാലം കഴിഞ് ഒടുവിൽ ഒരു വിഷയം നടക്കുക.

Examples in English:

  • Finally, after midnight, I arrived at the hotel

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവസാനം,ഞാൻ അർദ്ധരാത്രി ഹോട്ടലിൽ എത്തി.

Synonyms of finally

Synonyms in Malayalam ഒടുവിൽ, അവസാനം, കാലക്രമേണ, കുറച്ചു കാലം കഴിഞ്ഞ്, കുറെക്കാലത്തിനു ശേഷം, ആത്യന്തികമായി, ദീർഘകാലാടിസ്ഥാനത്തിൽ, ഭാവിയിലെ തിയതിയിൽ
Synonyms in English eventually, in the end, in due course, by and by, in time, after some time, after a period of time, after a long time, after a bit, at last, at long last; ultimately, in the long run, in the fullness of time, at some point in the future, at a future date, at the end of the day

Antonyms of finally

Antonyms in Malayalam ഉടനെ, ഒരിക്കലും
Antonyms in English immediately, never

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