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Fortunately in English can you please tell me the spanish translation,

also the spanish word afortunadamente
what is the Englsih transalation

  • spanish SRA MCGUINN -

    In English, the word "fortunately" is usually translated in Spanish as "afortunadamente."

    So, the English translation of "afortunadamente" is usually "fortunately" or "happily."

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