English translation of पूरी तरह से
पूरी तरह सेPowered by COBUILD /puri taraha se/
Definitions and Translations
/puri taraha se, pUrI taraha se, pooree taraha se, pūrī tarah se/
1. all adverb
You use all to emphasize the extent to which something happens or is true. ⇒ I got scared and left her all alone. ⇒ ...universities all round the world.
2. completely adverb ⇒ Many homes were completely destroyed.
3. dead adjective before noun
Dead is used to mean complete or absolute, especially with the words 'silence', 'centre', and 'stop'. ⇒ There was a dead silence.
4. downright adverb, adjective before noun
You use downright to emphasize unpleasant or bad qualities or behaviour. ⇒ His ideas were downright dangerous. ⇒ ...suspicion and downright hostility.
5. entirely adverb
Entirely means completely. ⇒ ...an entirely new idea. ⇒ Paul was not entirely happy with the plan. ⇒ I agree entirely.
6. simply adverb
You use simply to emphasize what you are saying. ⇒ The concert was simply marvellous.
7. thoroughly adverb ⇒ I thoroughly enjoy your programme.
8. totally adverb ⇒ ...something totally different. ⇒ The fire totally destroyed the top floor.
9. well (in phrases)
If you say that something is well and truly over, you are emphasizing that it is completely finished or gone. ⇒ The war is well and truly over.
10. wholly adverb
Wholly means completely. ⇒ This is a wholly new approach.
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Translation of पूरी तरह से from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary