absolutely


absolutely
[͵æbsəʹlu:tlı] adv
1. совершенно и пр. [см. absolute]

he refused absolutely on - отказался наотрез

he is absolutely wrong - он совершенно неправ

2. эмоц.-усил. конечно; точно, именно; вполне

are you sure? - Absolutely! - вы уверены? - Абсолютно /Конечно!/

this is absolutely the newest thing in music - это самое последнее слово в музыке

3. грам. употреблённый абсолютно, без прямого дополнения

transitive verb used absolutely - грам. переходный глагол, употреблённый без прямого дополнения

4. филос. независимо, самостоятельно

Новый большой англо-русский словарь. 2001.

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  • Absolutely — Ab so*lute*ly, adv. In an absolute, independent, or unconditional manner; wholly; positively. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • absolutely — index de facto, fairly (clearly), faithfully, in toto, ipso facto, purely (positively) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Bu …   Law dictionary

  • absolutely — (adv.) late 14c., unconditionally, completely, from ABSOLUTE (Cf. absolute) (adj.) + LY (Cf. ly) (2). From mid 15c. as without reference to anything else, not relatively; meaning to the utmost degree emerged by mid 16c. As a colloquial emphatic… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • absolutely — [ab′sə lo͞ot΄lē, ab΄sə lo͞ot′lē] adv. completely or unconditionally interj. yes: used for emphasis …   English World dictionary

  • absolutely — adverb 1 especially spoken completely and in every way: He s an absolutely brilliant singer. | You can trust her absolutely! | You look absolutely fantastic in that dress. | absolutely no/nothing (=none or nothing at all): He has absolutely no… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • absolutely — ab|so|lute|ly W3S1 [ˈæbsəlu:tli, ˌæbsəˈlu:tli] adv 1.) completely and in every way ▪ He made his reasons for resigning absolutely clear. ▪ Are you absolutely sure? ▪ This cake is absolutely delicious. 2.) used to emphasize something ▪ The… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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