English to Welsh Meaning :: purely

Purely :
yn unig
- yn unig

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(1) he left purely because of her(2) to live purely(3) The success or failure of a war crimes tribunal, it seems, cannot be gauged in purely legal terms.(4) They now claim that the meetings were purely exploratory and no decisions have yet been taken.(5) But the real bonus of the scheme should not be estimated in purely financial terms.(6) I did it for purely personal reasons(7) they rely purely on local resources(8) There is no such a thing as purely military advice when it comes to issues of strategy.(9) In purely political terms, you have to wonder if the game is worth the candle, but still they persist.(10) He also believes it is important that helpers are not seen purely as police informers.(11) the purpose of the meeting was purely to give information(12) In purely technical terms, that makes him one of the biggest British musical acts of the modern era.(13) In purely military terms they posed no threat to the Reichswehr and the state police.(14) It is not right to think of intentionality purely in terms of the explanation of behaviour.(15) purely by chance I looked in(16) But purely in terms of relating to something, Africa is very far from the way we live.
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(1) purely by chance ::
yn unig ar hap
1. entirely ::
yn gyfan gwbl
3. absolutely ::
4. wholly ::
yn gyfan gwbl
6. solely ::
yn unig
7. only ::
yn unig
8. just ::
dim ond
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