Complete Definition of "absolutely"

English

Etymology
Derivative of absolute.

Pronunciation
audio|en-us-absolutely.ogg|Audio (US)

Adverb
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  1. In an absolute, independent, or unconditional manner; wholly; positively.
  2. With absolution.

Translations
trans-top|In an absolute manner
French: absolument
Japanese: 絶対㫠(zettai ni)
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Spanish: totalmente
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trans-top|With absolution
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Interjection
en-intj

  1. yes|Yes; certainly; expression indicating strong agreement.

Translations
trans-top|yes; certainly
Finnish: ehdottomasti
French: absolument
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Hebrew: ××××× (be'hekhlet')
Russian: абÑолÑÑно (absoljútno)
Swedish: absolut, definitivt
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fr:absolutely
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it:absolutely
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ru:absolutely
simple:absolutely
fi:absolutely
sv:absolutely
ta:absolutely
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vi:absolutely
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