yn gyfan gwbl
- yn gyfan gwbl
Adverb(1) to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly'
(1) Nothing and no one is ever wholly good nor wholly bad, whatever we may think.(2) Both of them quit wholly or partly in protest at married Dean Methuen's management style.(3) They lack real flavour, and any lingering aftertaste is probably wholly artificial.(4) Nicola said she wasn't scared by the prospect of being thrust into a wholly foreign lifestyle.(5) she found herself given over wholly to sensation(6) He assumed the officer was the stripper and made wholly inappropriate remarks.(7) The walk is almost wholly on level tracks and paths, with a very short stretch along the Barbon road.(8) The intended victims were wholly innocent, mainly young people enjoying a night out.(9) the distinction is not wholly clear(10) Rarely can one person have held the outcome of a political crisis quite so wholly in his own hands.(11) Moore is also one of those players whose goalscoring instinct relies wholly on confidence.(12) Trial by jury is the most fundamental of our civil liberties and eroding it is wholly unjustified.(13) Why not create a wholly fictitious second character, and see how accurate his profile would be?(14) It's wholly and completely accurate to the original and entirely satisfying to me.(15) Paying a gas bill or checking a credit card balance can now be a wholly automated process, for example.(16) A wholly unusual and uncommercial film, it was a spectacular failure upon release.
(1) wholly owned subsidiary :: is-gwmni sy'n eiddo llwyr
3. entirely ::
yn gyfan gwbl
1. half ::
2. part ::
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