в конечном счете; в конце концов; со временем
- Eventually he gave it up, stood up and put on his hat.
- The cottage was damp and cold and eventually, the ladies drove over to Aberfeldy to complain.
- The owner pursues the dog and eventually catches him.
- The United Kingdom has now taken the first step towards European Monetary Union which is intended to lead eventually to a single European currency.
- To be sure, the characteristics of the transcendent self remain in play: to become what others saw him as being required great self-discipline "similar to spiritual exercises"; eventually he aspires to a classical stoic independence of spirit, a kind of sainthood (p. 146).
- He eventually settled in Paris and died at the early age of 45, in 1792.
- Eventually, in extremis , I poured the appropriate libations and: it worked - or seemed to.
- A head collar was eventually put on her in the chute, and when she threw her head up in anxiety a roustabout hit her on the face with a lump of wood "for being so stupid!"
- It could be argued that local authorities will gain immensely when the UDCs are eventually wound up.
- Eventually, this group would move to other parts of the ground to watch the match with wives and girl-friends.
- The player did eventually join the Peacocks, but under unusual and unforeseen circumstances.
- There are clearly - even just for music - a variety of options, and the school must eventually come down for one pattern of timing rather than another.
- The owners say that they are so new to the game that for the moment they are selling everything because they do not know what will eventually prove profitable.