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totally (r):
to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly')
Samples
he was wholly convinced.
entirely satisfied with the meal.
it was completely different from what we expected.
was completely at fault.
a totally new situation.
the directions were all wrong.
it was not altogether her fault.
an altogether new approach.
a whole new idea

Related Words: completelyentirelywholly
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There are tricks in every trade

Her mesleğin sırları vardır.
In every occupation, there are established ways of doing things.


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