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Meaning of “strictly” - Learner’s Dictionary

strictly

adverb
 
 
/ˈstrɪktli/
EXACTLY B2 exactly or correctly: That's not strictly true. Strictly speaking (= The rules say), we're not allowed to give you any advice.Accurate and exact
ONLY done or existing for a particular person or purpose: Her visit is strictly business.Goals and purposes
strictly forbidden/prohibited B2 used to emphasize that something is not allowedRules and laws
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