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- complete, entire, whole
- We are willing to provide 100 percent mortgages.
- He has a 100 percent record of success.
- (colloquial) Wholly sure; confident in one's knowledge.
- I'm not 100 percent on that question.
complete, whole — see one hundred percent
- Completely, entirely, wholly.
- I can assure you the we are 100 percent with you in this matter.
- Many retailers are now offering 100 percent natural products.
- Completely well.
- 2020 September 25, Cindy Schmerler, “Rafael Nadal Goes for No. 13 in France”, in The New York Times:
- “It’s obvious that to feel 100 percent you need matches,” Nadal said. “I didn’t compete for the last six months, so for me, the first goal is to go on court and feel myself competitive. That’s a good test, without great expectations.”
completely, wholly — see one hundred percent