[ US /əˈfɪʃəɫi/ ]
[ UK /əfˈɪʃə‍lˌi/ ]
  1. with official authorization
    the club will be formally recognized
  2. in an official role
    officially, he is in charge
    officially responsible
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How To Use officially In A Sentence

  • Officially, Carter resigned, but everyone knows he was fired.
  • The Twelfth" officially commemorates the July 12, 1690, triumph of Protestant King William of Orange versus the Catholic he deposed from the English throne, James II, at the Battle of the Boyne south of Belfast. Latest Headlines - ABC 7 News
  • Newspapers have, however, reported that prosecutors are convinced the investigating magistrate in charge of a corruption and fraud inquiry involving the regional governments of the Balearic Islands and Valencia will soon officially name him as a suspect in the case. Spain's king blocks scandal-hit son-in-law from royal duties
  • A monument to mark Ingleton's coal mining heritage was officially unveiled this week.
  • Examination papers will be handed back after the marks have been officially recorded.
  • President George H.W. Bush was the first to officially pardon a turkey.
  • She weighed in on the issue more than a year ago, officially requesting that the Minister's office do something to stop the apparent rot at the company.
  • The case remains officially unsolved by Scotland Yard. Times, Sunday Times
  • The countries laying claim to this bounty have all been building up their navies, notably China which this week officially confirmed long-known plans to deploy its first aircraft-carrier.
  • ITV would not comment on the line-up before it was officially unveiled. The Sun
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