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unbedingt in English:

1. necessarily


War necessarily causes unhappiness.
I certainly don't subscribe to the view that women are necessarily more moral than men.
Just because there aren't any complaints, doesn't necessarily mean your customers are content.
The student who finishes an examination first does not necessarily get the best grade.
Although he did well in the exam, his spoken Chinese is not necessarily as good as yours.
The art of modern warfare does not necessarily require soldiers to be armed to the teeth to be effective as combatants.
Even if malicious gossip is being circulated around someone, it doesn't necessarily mean that the value of that person will be diminished.
As civilization advances, poetry almost necessarily declines.
Just because a man is rich it does not necessarily follow that he is happy.
Success in life is not necessarily the same thing as the acquirement of riches.
Artificial neural networks can be used to understand biological neural networks, or to solve problems of artificial intelligence, without necessarily creating models of real biological systems.
It is not necessarily true that what the teacher says is always correct.
Japan's dependence on foreign trade is not necessarily very high as a percentage of GNP.
Capital-intensive industries are not necessarily knowledge-intensive industries.
Freestyle is more hardcore, I am not necessarily looking for that.

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2. absolutely


I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
absolutely filthy
I was just admiring your roses. They're absolutely gorgeous. "Oh, I'm flattered. Thank you."
It's absolutely miserable outside; cold, wet rain is no good for drinking beer on the plaza with your friends.
I absolutely love going to concerts not just because I get a chance to meet the musician or singer but because of the wondrous feeling of a live performance.
There is but One who is absolutely by and through himself, — namely, God; and God is not the mere dead conception to which we have thus given utterance, but he is in himself pure Life.
These young people are talking loudly amongst themselves and have absolutely no regard for those around them.
You haven't fallen in love have you!? I won't have it! Having that man become my brother-in-law; I absolutely hate that!
I usually cut loose a bit and drink plenty before a day off work but if my drinks are cut with tochu tea then I get absolutely no hangover.
Things like grammars that can be called absolutely correct do not exist anywhere.
There's no way to convince him. He absolutely insists that the only way to solve the problem is his way.
One morning at breakfast we children were informed to our utter dismay that we could no longer be permitted to run absolutely wild.
He has had absolutely no part in the conspiracy; it was not he, but his brother, who had an axe to grind against the government.
The best way to really know a person is to see how he behaves when he is absolutely free to choose.
Christopher Columbus once decided to burn absolutely everything in an entire village after one of the natives stole his parrot. He was disappointed that he couldn't burn their water. So he invented fluorine.

English word "unbedingt"(absolutely) occurs in sets:

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3. unconditionally


She gives her love so unconditionally to me and to everyone.
Sovereignty unconditionally belongs to the nation.