aghalabu

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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] chiefly
[Part of Speech] adverb
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] mainly
[Part of Speech] adverb
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] more often
[Part of Speech] adverb
[Derived Word] Arabic
[Swahili Example] aghalabu siku za wikendi msichana huyu hutoka [Muk]
[English Example] more often on the week-end this girl went out
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] mostly
[Part of Speech] adverb
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] ordinarily
[Part of Speech] adverb
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] as a rule
[Part of Speech] adverb
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[Swahili Word] aghalabu
[English Word] usually
[Part of Speech] adverb
[Derived Word] Arabic
[Swahili Definition] uwzo wa asili
[Swahili Example] Mshairi aghalabu huzaliwa na kipawa maalum cha ushairi [Masomo 395]; maji huchotwa kwa ndoo, aghalabu na ng'ombe
[English Example] A poet is usually born with a special poetic ability; water is drawn with buckets, but the work is usually done by oxen.
[Note] also: aghlabu
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Swahili-english dictionary. 2013.

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