Definition of 'entirely'
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One house had its roof blown off and walls almost entirely destroyed. The Sun (2017)One summer we were burgled in broad daylight and it was entirely our fault. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So the product is not entirely free. Computing (2010)His skin is almost entirely covered with tattoos and he is weighed down by gold bling and huge dreadlocks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What happened was my fault entirely. The Sun (2016)Having said that, they are entirely free people. The Sun (2016)That's an entirely different matter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is also entirely avoidable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I might wear it with a clashing check, or perhaps with an entirely different pattern. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We entirely agree with him that all its members must pay their fair share of its funding, as Britain does. The Sun (2017)They spotted that the crowd cheering her was entirely different to the one behind her fellow competitors. The Sun (2015)Southee gained his movement almost entirely through the air. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It was my fault entirely that the book was sent to my old address. Times, Sunday Times (2012)These moments are entirely free from sentimentality. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They may also be cut entirely for small firms. The Sun (2013)Some organisations have implemented complex work processes almost entirely in the digital domain and very successfully. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was entirely my fault but he made light of our mutual grazed knees. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The gameplay is also entirely linear and there are few options to explore. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For this album her approach seemed entirely different. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It also gives entirely the wrong message to savers. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Death by judicial procedure is something entirely different from death in war. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it also brought an entirely new set of problems. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The parties did not entirely agree on what was damaged or what damage was caused by the fire. Christianity Today (2000)At the centre of a busy roundabout in the capital stands an office building made almost entirely of glass. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is not entirely their fault. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Fault lay entirely with the batsmen. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is comedy by numbers and it's almost entirely free of laughs. The Sun (2012)The biggest bonus of course is that they are entirely free of side-effects. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)To be honest, this seems a world almost entirely untouched by sophistication or cool. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I felt entirely free to make music for the first time in my life. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We entirely agree with him. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At that moment she has to make a choice that will set her life on one course, or a completely different one entirely. The Sun (2014)But I could have got that just completely entirely wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'entirely'
British English: entirely /ɪnˈtaɪəlɪ/ ADVERB
Entirely means completely.
...an entirely new idea.
- American English: entirely
- Arabic: بِرُمَّتِهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inteiramente
- Chinese: 完全地
- Croatian: potpuno
- Czech: zcela
- Danish: helt
- Dutch: helemaal
- European Spanish: completamente
- Finnish: kokonaan
- French: entièrement
- German: völlig
- Greek: απολύτως
- Italian: interamente
- Japanese: 全く
- Korean: 완전히
- Norwegian: fullstendig
- Polish: całkowicie w pełni
- European Portuguese: inteiramente
- Romanian: complet
- Russian: всецело
- Spanish: completamente
- Swedish: fullständigt
- Thai: โดยทั้งหมด
- Turkish: bütünüyle
- Ukrainian: повністю
- Vietnamese: toàn bộ
Definition of entirely from the Collins English Dictionary
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