apologetically
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apologetically [əˌpɒləˈdʒetɪkəlɪ]
adverb
he smiled apologetically sonrió como pidiendo disculpas
Jarvis smiled apologetically at the group. "I feel rather an interloper" "Up yours," said the reporter and departed. The cameraman smiled apologetically. "Sorry, Inspector, he's had a bad day"
"it's my fault," he said apologetically —es culpa mía —dijo en tono de disculpa; he came in apologetically entró como pidiendo perdón
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