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Potentially

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Adverb

1. potentially

with a possibility of becoming actual

Example Sentences:
'he is potentially dangerous'
'potentially useful'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Potentially

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adjective
1. 
a. 
possible but not yet actual
b. (prenominal)
capable of being or becoming but not yet in existence; latent
2. grammar
(of a verb or form of a verb) expressing possibility, as English may and might
3.  an archaic word for potent1
noun
4. 
latent but unrealized ability or capacity
Jones has great potential as a sales manager
5. grammar
a potential verb or verb form
6.  short for electric potential

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Potentially

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adjective
1. 
that has power; potent
2. 
that can, but has not yet, come into being; possible; latent; unrealized; undeveloped
3.  Grammar
expressing possibility, capability, power, etc.
the potential mood
noun
4. 
something potential; a potentiality
5.  Electricity
the difference in voltage between two points in an electric circuit or field
6.  Grammar
a. 
the potential mood or aspect
b. 
a construction or form in this mood or aspect
7.  Physics
a function whose mathematical derivative is a physical field, as a force or an electric or magnetic field

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Potentially

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adj.
1. Capable of being but not yet in existence; latent or undeveloped: a potential problem; a substance with many potential uses.
2. Grammar Of, relating to, or being a verbal construction with auxiliaries such as may or can; for example, it may snow.
n.
1. The inherent ability or capacity for growth, development, or future success: an investment with a lot of potential; a singer who has the potential to become a major star.
2. The possibility that something might happen or result from given conditions: a tense situation with the potential to turn into a riot; farming practices that increase the potential for the erosion of topsoil.
4. Grammar A potential verb form.

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