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Translation of "exactly" - English-Turkish dictionary

exactly

adverb     /ɪɡˈzæktli/
COMPLETELY CORRECT
A2 used when you are giving or asking for information that is completely correct çok doğru, tamam What exactly seems to be the problem? The train got in at exactly ten o'clock.Accurate and exact
EMPHASIS
B1 used to emphasize what you are saying tam, tamamen, tam anlamıyla, tam olarak I found a dress that's exactly the same colour as my shoes.Stressing and emphasizing
AGREEMENT
B2 something you say when you agree completely with someone tamam, pekâla, doğru; katılıyorum "Surely they should have told us about this problem sooner?" "Exactly."Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
not exactly
B2 used to say that something is not completely true pek sayılmaz, doğru diyemem, tam değil "Do you live here?" "Not exactly, I'm staying with friends."Wrong
not exactly easy/new/clear, etc informal
used to say that a description is completely untrue tam olarak kolay/yeni/temiz vs. değil Let's face it, we're not exactly rich, are we?Wrong
(Definition of exactly from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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