- 必要地,必需地 in a way that must be so
- 必定地,必然地 unavoidably; as an inevitable result
in an essential manner;
"such expenses are necessarily incurred"
in such a manner as could not be otherwise;
"it is necessarily so"
"we must needs by objective"
as a highly likely consequence;
"we are necessarily bound for federalism in Europe"
- The rich are not necessarily happy.
- A good book does not necessarily sell well.
- Try as she may, she is not necessarily able to talk him out of smoking.
- A hero is not necessarily one who has done brave things.
- The constitution of a primitive society is not necessarily simple.
- A married philosopher is necessarily comic.
- Necessarily or demonstrably true; incontrovertible.
- A voter must necessarily be no younger than eighteen.
- It must necessarily be so.
- The study of a foreign language is necessarily difficult.
- More work does not necessarily call for more men.
He was necessarily to be assistant at this funeral pomp.出自： H. Cogan