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utter

adjective [not gradable]  /ˈʌt̬·ər/ us  

utter adjective [not gradable] (COMPLETE)

complete or extreme: What an utter fool I was!
utterly
adverb  /ˈʌt̬·ər·li/ us  
She felt isolated and utterly alone.

utter

verb [T]  /ˈʌt̬·ər/ us  

utter verb [T] (SAY)

to say something or make a sound with your voice: She sat through the entire meeting and didn’t utter a word.
utterance
noun [C]  /ˈʌt̬·ər·əns/ us  
fml We hope their utterances will be matched by their actions.
Translations of “utter”
in Korean 순전한…
in Arabic كامِل, مُطْلَق…
in French complet, total…
in Turkish tam, tüm, bütün…
in Italian assoluto, completo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 說, 講, 出聲…
in Russian полный, совершенный…
in Polish absolutny, zupełny, kompletny…
in Spanish absoluto, total…
in Portuguese total, absoluto…
in German äußerst…
in Catalan complet…
in Japanese 完全な, まったくの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 说, 讲, 出声…
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