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You'll probably be gone by the time I get back.
It's probably the most important match either team has faced for a long time.
I'll cook a meal, probably a lasagne or something.
If prices are low, it's probably because of lack of demand.
'Are you going to accept their offer?' 'Probably not.'
All those things were very probably true.
This is the British English definition of probably. View American English definition of probably.
old and no longer in good condition