properly


properly
adv.
Properly is used with these adjectives: ↑accountable, ↑balanced, ↑closed, ↑educated, ↑informed, ↑insulated, ↑married, ↑organized, ↑qualified, ↑shut, ↑trained
Properly is used with these verbs: ↑account, ↑act, ↑address, ↑adhere, ↑advise, ↑align, ↑appreciate, ↑assess, ↑behave, ↑breathe, ↑brief, ↑clean, ↑compensate, ↑concentrate, ↑conduct, ↑consult, ↑control, ↑cost, ↑deal, ↑debate, ↑defend, ↑discharge, ↑draft, ↑draw, ↑dress, ↑dry, ↑eat, ↑employ, ↑enforce, ↑equip, ↑evaluate, ↑examine, ↑execute, ↑exercise, ↑explain, ↑exploit, ↑explore, ↑fasten, ↑feed, ↑finance, ↑fit, ↑formulate, ↑fulfil, ↑function, ↑fund, ↑gauge, ↑handle, ↑heal, ↑identify, ↑implement, ↑inform, ↑install, ↑integrate, ↑interpret, ↑introduce, ↑investigate, ↑judge, ↑label, ↑maintain, ↑manage, ↑monitor, ↑operate, ↑organize, ↑perform, ↑position, ↑prepare, ↑prepared, ↑process, ↑pronounce, ↑protect, ↑record, ↑regard, ↑register, ↑regulate, ↑repair, ↑research, ↑respond, ↑restrain, ↑reward, ↑run, ↑safeguard, ↑seal, ↑secure, ↑service, ↑sleep, ↑staff, ↑stock, ↑store, ↑structure, ↑supervise, ↑tackle, ↑test, ↑thank, ↑treat, ↑tune, ↑understand, ↑use, ↑utilize, ↑ventilate, ↑warm, ↑wash, ↑wire, ↑work

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  • Properly — Prop er*ly, adv. [1913 Webster] 1. In a proper manner; suitably; fitly; strictly; rightly; as, a word properly applied; a dress properly adjusted. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Individually; after one s own manner. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Now,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • properly — index as a matter of right, fairly (impartially) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • properly — ► ADVERB 1) in a proper manner. 2) in the strict sense. 3) informal, chiefly Brit. completely …   English terms dictionary

  • properly — prop|er|ly W2S1 [ˈprɔpəli US ˈpra:pərli] adv 1.) especially BrE correctly, or in a way that is considered right American Equivalent: right ▪ The brakes don t seem to be working properly. ▪ Then he s not doing his job properly. ▪ Parents should… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • properly — adverb 1 correctly, or in a way that is considered right: Make sure the job is done properly. | He never explains anything properly. | Granny will be there, so behave properly. 2 especially BrE informal completely; thoroughly: Is that cake… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • properly — prop|er|ly [ prapərli ] adverb ** 1. ) in a manner that is appropriate for the purpose or situation: You re not properly dressed for this weather. He was never properly trained, so you can t really blame him if he can t do the job. 2. ) in a way… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • properly — [[t]prɒ̱pə(r)li[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADV: usu ADV with v, also ADV adj If something is done properly, it is done in a correct and satisfactory way. You re too thin. You re not eating properly... There needs to be a properly informed public debate. Syn:… …   English dictionary

  • properly */*/*/ — UK [ˈprɒpə(r)lɪ] / US [ˈprɑpərlɪ] adverb 1) in a manner that is suitable for the purpose or situation You re not properly dressed for this weather. He was never properly trained, so you can t really blame him if he can t do the job. 2) in a way… …   English dictionary

  • properly — adv. 1 fittingly; suitably (do it properly). 2 accurately; correctly (properly speaking). 3 rightly (he very properly refused). 4 with decency; respectably (behave properly). 5 colloq. thoroughly (they were properly ashamed) …   Useful english dictionary

  • properly*/*/ — [ˈprɒpəli] adv in a correct or suitable way You re not properly dressed for this weather.[/ex] If she doesn t behave properly, send her home.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English


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