completely
adverb see complete I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • completely — com|plete|ly W2S1 [kəmˈpli:tli] adv to the greatest degree possible = ↑totally ▪ I completely forgot that it was his birthday yesterday. ▪ He had never completely recovered from his illness. ▪ a completely new range of low cost computers ▪ I m… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • completely — com|plete|ly [ kəm plitli ] adverb *** 1. ) if something is done completely, every part of it is done 2. ) used for emphasis: Doctors said the operation was completely successful. Ellen s suggestion took us completely by surprise …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • completely — adverb in every way; totally: I completely forgot that it was his birthday yesterday. (+ adj/adv): She was bored with work and wanted to do something completely different. | I felt completely relaxed …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • completely */*/*/ — UK [kəmˈpliːtlɪ] / US [kəmˈplɪtlɪ] adverb 1) used for emphasis Doctors said the operation was completely successful. Ellen s suggestion took us completely by surprise. 2) if something is done completely, every part of it is done …   English dictionary

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