Meaning of “completely” in the English Dictionary

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"completely" in British English

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uk /kəmˈpliː us /kəmˈpliː

B1 in every way or as much as possible:

I agree with you completely.
She's completely mad.
He'd completely changed - I didn't recognize him.

More examples

  • The accident seemed to have completely destroyed his confidence.
  • Some of the things she does are completely mad.
  • She stood completely still, not making a sound.
  • Slowly add the flour, stirring until completely blended.
  • I got this job completely by chance.

(Definition of “completely” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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