Definition of diligently in English:

diligently

adverb

  • In a way that shows care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties.

    ‘he spends his nights diligently working on his dissertation’
    ‘I searched diligently for a remedy’
    • ‘The global process team focused diligently on how to convert orders into cash and streamlined the process into six phases.’
    • ‘It used to be enough to learn and diligently apply the latest sales and marketing tactics and techniques.’
    • ‘I'm eagerly looking forward to and studying diligently for what I expect to be a marvelous journey.’
    • ‘She has diligently researched the subject of her book, presenting us with an immensely more complex personality than we may have hitherto imagined.’
    • ‘The inquiry should be conducted diligently with a genuine determination to identify and prosecute those responsible.’
    • ‘I haven't run a race this long before but I have trained diligently.’
    • ‘It was the most insightful piece of literature Peter had ever read, and he read diligently through the pages one at a time.’
    • ‘These techniques are important learned skills and are effective to the degree that they are diligently practiced.’
    • ‘Whether legal advice has been sought diligently by the detained person depends on the context of the situation.’
    • ‘Making household finances work will mean that couples must pay attention to details and diligently handle legal and financial matters.’

Pronunciation

diligently

/ˈdɪlɪdʒ(ə)ntli/