ə'rɪdʒnəlɪ adv. +in an original manner +with reference to the origin or beginning +before now
in or at or from the beginning, (at ) first, from the first, initially, to begin with, at or from the outset, at or from the start, in the first place or instance, Colloq from the word go, from day one:
Originally, we were to have gone in Patrick's car.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adverb used to describe the situation that existed at the beginning of a particular period or activity, especially before sth was changed: The school was originally very small. + She comes originally from York. + Originally, we had intended to go to Italy, but then we won the trip to Greece.
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