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entirely (not comparable)
- to the full or entire extent.
- It is entirely up to you where we go, as I'll be happy with anywhere.
- The cake hadn't entirely been eaten, so some was saved for later.
- 2012 May 15, Scott Tobias, “Film: Reviews: The Dictator”, The Onion AV Club:
- Unlike Ali G Indahouse, Baron Cohen’s failed attempt to bring his most famous character into an entirely fictional universe, Borat found the comic tension in placing his Kazakhstani buffoon in delicate social situations, like a rodeo where he supports the “War Of Terror” a bit too zealously.
- to the exclusion of others.
- This part of the park is used entirely by the workers, everyone else will have to go to the other side.
- (to the full extent): completely
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to the full extent
to the exclusion of others
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