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A number of commentators have objected to importantly as a sentence modifier the use defined above at sense 1 and have recommended important instead actually both the adverb and the adjective are in reputable standard use in this function important is always used with more or most had bronze weapons and composite bows more important they utilized the horse and war chariot. Important definition of much or great significance or consequence an important event in world history see more. Usage both more important and more importantly occur at the beginning of a sentence in all varieties of standard english more important or more importantly her record as an administrator is unmatched objections are raised against more importantly on the grounds that the phrase more important is an elliptical form of what is more important a construction in which the adverb . Synonyms for important at thesauruscom with free online thesaurus antonyms and definitions find descriptive alternatives for important. Definition of important of great significance or value after all in economic terms at least a movie star is the most important person on the set. 1 having great meaning or lasting effect the discovery of penicillin was a very important event in the history of medicine. If you have to pass a test to graduate the test is important it is vital necessary crucial. Financial elements were the most important entrepreneurship factors for mena respondents including affordability of taxes and fees 62 said it is very important market willingness to accept new ideas and innovations 59 said it is very important and ease of finding finances to start a business 58 said it is very important. Important translation to spanish pronunciation and forum discussions
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