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steadily / a un ritmo constante
 
steadily   [ˈstedɪlɪ]   -adverb
1. (=continuously)
[improve, grow, move, advance]   a un ritmo constante,   de manera or forma continuada,   de manera or forma constante
[increase, rise]   a un ritmo constante
[work]   a un ritmo constante   (without stopping)   sin parar
[rain]   ininterrumpidamente
·it gets steadily worse
·se pone cada vez peor
·a steadily increasing number of people
·un nounúmero cada vez mayor de gente
2. (=regularly)
[breathe, beat]   regularmente
3. (=calmly)
[speak]   con firmeza
[gaze, look]   fijamente,   sin pestañear
4. (=firmly)
[walk]   con paso seguro
[hold, grasp]   firmemente
 
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