Namely and Such as


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Namely adverb – That is to say.
Such as and namely are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Such as" instead the word "Namely" as a preposition or an adverb.
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Such as

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Namely and such as are semantically related. You can use "Namely" instead the phrase "Such as" as a preposition or an adverb.
Synonyms for Such as

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  • Manga / A Certain Scientific Railgun Some are minor (such as wearing her school uniform instead of civilian clothes), while others are much more major—namely, being helped in the fight by Kuroko and Touma.
  • Namely, north-eastern European nations (such as Denmark) and their associated assassins.
  • This mostly falls in line with when someone got into pinball, namely what machines they started playing in (though there are definitely exceptions, such as Robertson).
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