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Translation of "absolutely" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

absolutely

adverb
 
 
/ˌæb.səˈluːt.li/ /ˈ--ˌ--/
completely
完全地;绝对地
I believed/trusted him absolutely.
我绝对相信/信任他。
You must be absolutely silent or the birds won't appear.
你必须绝对安静,不然鸟儿就不会飞出来。
We've achieved absolutely nothing today.
我们今天真是一事无成。
Complete and wholeVery and extreme
used for adding force to a strong adjective which is not usually used with 'very', or to a verb expressing strong emotion
(用在通常不和 very 连用的形容词前或表示强烈感情的动词前,以加强语气)确实地,绝对地,极其
It's absolutely impossible to work with all this noise.
噪音这么大,根本没法工作。
The food was absolutely disgusting/delicious.
这食物实在是难以下咽/美味无比。
I absolutely loathe/adore jazz.
我对爵士乐讨厌得要死/喜欢得要命。
Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
used as a strong way of saying 'yes'
(表示强烈赞同)一点不错,完全对
"It was an excellent film, though." "Absolutely!"
“不过这部电影很不错。”“那是当然!”
Yes, no and not
absolutely not used as a strong way of saying 'no'
(表示强烈反对)当然不,绝对不行
"Are you too tired to continue?" "Absolutely not!"
“你是不是太累了,无法继续下去了?”“当然不是!”
Yes, no and not
(Definition of absolutely from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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