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slavishly

  
   adv   servilmente
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slavish, slash, Slav, slavishness

"slavishly": examples and translations in context
It would make sense to appeal to nationalism to refuse to slavishly follow the IMF's dictates. Tendría sentido apelar al nacionalismo para negarnos a seguir servilmente los dictados del FMI.
Precisely there where Blum seeks to distinguish himself from Kerensky, he apes him most slavishly. Precisamente allí donde Blum quiere distinguirse de Kerensky, lo imita servilmente.
Journalists used to lead the way, rather than slavishly following the flow of superficial Internet traffic. Los periodistas solían llevar la iniciativa, en lugar de seguir sumisamente el flujo superficial del tráfico de Internet.
People's relationship to authority figures - doctors, politicians, religious leaders, or, indeed, journalists - is no longer slavishly deferential. La relación de la gente con la figuras de autoridad -médicos, políticos, líderes religiosos o, por cierto, periodistas- ya no es sumisamente respetuosa.
The Third International, as usual, repeats slavishly the words and gestures of Soviet diplomacy. Como de costumbre, la Tercera Internacional repite servilmente las palabras y gestos de la diplomacia soviética.
Also in Jeremiah, chapter 29, he almost slavishly follows KJV. También en Jeremías, capítulo 29, él casi servilmente sigue la versión KJV.
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