perfectly

perfectly
تَمَامًا \ absolutely: completely: You are absolutely wrong. all: completely: I’m all alone. Your hand is all dirty. They stood all around me. altogether: completely: I don’t agree with you altogether.. dead: (in special uses, as adj or adv) sudden; suddenly; completely; exactly: He stopped dead in the middle of the road. I arrived dead on seven o’clock. directly: straight: I live directly opposite the cinema. entirely: completely: The work is not entirely finished. exactly: with complete correctness; just: That’s exactly what I wanted. fully: completely: I fully agree with you. heartily: thoroughly: I heartily agree with you. just: exactly: Just so. That’s just what I want. He’s just as old as I am. nicely: very well: This chair will suit me nicely. out: completely: I was tired out. perfectly: faultlessly; completely. quite: completely: You’re quite right. It’s not quite cooked. He’s quite the best player in the team. It was quite a surprise to me. right: exactly: It is right in the middle of the field. smack: directly and violently: I hit him smack in the eye. stone: (with a few special adj.) completely: Stone cold; stone dead. supremely: completely; perfectly: Supremely happy. through: completely: My clothes were wet through. well: (no comparative forms) thoroughly: Shake the bottle well. wholly: completely: It’s wholly untrue.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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  • Perfectly — Per fect*ly, adv. In a perfect manner or degree; in or to perfection; completely; wholly; throughly; faultlessly. Perfectly divine. Milton. [1913 Webster] As many as touched were made perfectly whole. Matt. xiv. 36. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perfectly — [adv1] absolutely altogether, completely, consummately, entirely, fully, quite, thoroughly, totally, utterly, well, wholly; concepts 531,544 Ant. imperfectly, partially perfectly [adv2] without flaw admirably, correctly, excellently, exquisitely …   New thesaurus

  • perfectly — index purely (positively) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • perfectly — c.1300, from PERFECT (Cf. perfect) + LY (Cf. ly) (1) …   Etymology dictionary

  • perfectly — ► ADVERB 1) in a perfect way. 2) absolutely; completely …   English terms dictionary

  • perfectly — [pʉr′fikt lē] adv. 1. so as to be perfect; to a perfect degree 2. completely; fully …   English World dictionary

  • perfectly — [[t]pɜ͟ː(r)fɪktli[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADV: ADV adj/adv (emphasis) You can use perfectly to emphasize an adjective or adverb, especially when you think the person you are talking to might doubt what you are saying. There s no reason why you can t have a… …   English dictionary

  • perfectly — per|fect|ly W3S2 [ˈpə:fıktli US ˈpə:r ] adv 1.) completely used to emphasize what you are saying ▪ It s perfectly normal to be nervous before a performance. ▪ The sale was perfectly legal. ▪ You can get a perfectly good coat at Sears for a lot… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • perfectly — per|fect|ly [ pɜrfıktli ] adverb *** 1. ) used for emphasizing a particular quality: COMPLETELY: It s perfectly natural for parents to worry about their children. a ) know perfectly well used for saying in an annoyed way that someone should… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • perfectly — adverb 1 in a perfect way: She speaks English perfectly. | The colors match perfectly. 2 a word meaning very or completely, used especially when you are annoyed about something: We want to make our position perfectly clear! | You know perfectly… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • perfectly */*/*/ — UK [ˈpɜː(r)fɪk(t)lɪ] / US [ˈpɜrfɪk(t)lɪ] adverb 1) in a way that could not be better They are a perfectly matched couple. He took a perfectly ironed shirt from the wardrobe. 2) used for emphasizing a particular quality It s perfectly natural for… …   English dictionary

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