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Whatsoever vs At all Hi people ! Happy new year ! and I hope you are all well :D I've tried to find the meaning of "Whatsoever" but I don't get it yet, what does it mean? watching some videos on Youtube (without the purpose of find out the meaning) The guy who has talking finish a phrase with " whatsoever" something like " ... And it doesn't fit into my ideas whatsoever" so I was thinking " Is it the same as "At all" ? If we exchange the phrases (at least for me), it keeps the same meaning, doesn't it? Thanks :D
Jan 3, 2016 2:56 PM
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You're right: it's used in the same way as "at all." Examples: She had no business whatsoever telling him that = She shouldn't have told him that at all. I have no idea whatsoever = I don't know at all / I don't have any idea at all.
January 3, 2016
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