Centrally [adverb]

Definition of Centrally:

in the middle

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Sentence/Example of Centrally:

Technology’s central role in driving economic growth is undeniable.

Nationals Park was almost the same distance to Syracuse, which is just east of Rochester in central New York.

E-scooters looked to be playing a central role in public transportation until the pandemic jolted the industry in March.

Eliminating China’s dependence on foreign suppliers for key technologies like semiconductors is a central focus of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan drafted in Beijing last month.

A central finding was that indigent defense in Maine is understaffed.

Electric trucks make a lot more sense than passenger electric vehicles, since their routes are predictable and they can be charged overnight at a central depot.

If he makes good on a central promise of his campaign, the city’s next mayor could retire that story.

They didn’t keep up with their duty, but they also distributed hundreds or thousands of other drugs, and they are a cog in our central health services system.

The system would include health care for all via a public health plan, funded by central federal taxes collected from everyone.

The inequality and lack of diversity in the media business broadly — and in food media specifically — has become a central topic.