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Meaning of "solely" in Essential American English Dictionary

solely

adverb   /ˈsoʊl.li/
only, and not involving anyone or anything else: I bought it solely for that purpose.
Translations of “solely”
in Korean 유일하게…
in Arabic فَقَط لا غَيْر…
in Portuguese somente…
in Catalan únicament…
in Japanese ただ~だけ, 単に~だけ…
in Italian unicamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 唯一地,單獨地,僅有地…
in Russian исключительно…
in Turkish yalnız, yalnızca, sadece…
in Chinese (Simplified) 唯一地,单独地,仅有地…
in Polish wyłącznie…
(Definition of solely from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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