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Expected OutcomePlay
Use 'duly' when an action or event is the natural result of a situation or previous action. SlideAfter completing his training, he was duly certified as a pilot.
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Formal AcknowledgmentPlay
'Duly' is often used when formally recognizing someone's statement or action, indicating that it has been noted. SlideYour complaints have been duly recorded in our system.
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Legitimate ProcessPlay
It emphasizes that something was done following proper rules or procedures, often in legal or official contexts. SlideThe documents were duly signed and notarized.