Expressly/Definitely Please, write to me some possible different examples of using the word 'expressly' to make me understand it and 'definitely' as well. Thank you a lot, that'll really help me \(-_^)/
Sep 16, 2012 10:24 AM
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expressly: 1) if you say something expressly, you say it very clearly and firmly: He was expressly forbidden to speak to the girl. 2) deliberately or for a specific purpose: The building is expressly designed to conserve energy. definitely: without any doubt; Do you reckon Margot will be there?' Definitely not.' The hotel fitness centre is definitely worth a visit. I definitely need a holiday. You have more examples here:
September 16, 2012
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