avverbio apposta, volutamente, di proposito
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adverb (intentionally: He did it purposely to attract my attention.) di proposito, apposta
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purposely /ˈpɜ:pəslɪ/
di proposito; apposta; intenzionalmente.
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avverbio apposta, volutamente, di proposito

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