Translation of absolutely in Spanish:


rotundamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈæbsəˌl(j)utli/ /ˌæbsəˈl(j)utli/ /ˈabsəluːtli/


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    • 1.1(completely)

      (deny/reject) rotundamente
      (deny/reject) terminantemente
      I trust him absolutely tengo plena confianza en él
      • I absolutely agree estoy totalmente / completamente de acuerdo
      • I'm absolutely certain estoy segurísima / absolutamente segura
      • she's not absolutely convinced no está totalmente convencida
      • it's absolutely forbidden está terminantemente prohibido
      • I can assure all the people in Pennsylvania these allegations are absolutely, totally and unequivocally false.
      • I absolutely and totally agree with what Thatcher said
      • I absolutely and totally support what he's doing.
      • All I know is what I read in the paper, which I know is always totally, absolutely accurate.
      • To be absolutely honest and totally truthful with you, I haven't the slightest idea.
      • They alone must decide if they will abide totally and absolutely by the Mitchell principles.
      • She was quite aware of her own limitations, but absolutely incapable of changing herself.
      • Looking around me, I finally believed the boy's words totally and absolutely.
      • On the other hand, it is the fact that I am doing something absolutely personal and totally my own that really makes me do it.
      • Because of the authority he brings to it, his art is totally persuasive and absolutely compelling.
      • This is decades of blues channelled through one person who is here and now: totally accurate, completely familiar and absolutely pure.
      • ‘The Trust is being absolutely open to all those involved,’ he said.
      • Allenwood must now beat Celbridge in their last outing to be absolutely sure of qualifying for the next round.
      • She stressed that the trust was absolutely committed to not using more beds for private healthcare than it could reprovide elsewhere.
      • They trust you absolutely and all responded in different ways.
      • Scotland coach Matt Williams is absolutely right in restricting the selection of the national rugby team to home players.
      • Certain decisions are absolutely correct and understandable at the time of their making.
      • He is the voice of the manager once the players cross the line and O'Neill trusts him absolutely.
      • I needed to talk with someone who was very smart, someone who I absolutely trusted, someone who knew me as well as I knew myself.

    • 1.2

      (impossible) absolutamente
      it's absolutely revolting es de lo más asqueroso
      • I'm absolutely fed up estoy hasta la coronilla
      • it's absolutely true es la pura verdad
      • you're absolutely right! ¡tienes toda la razón!

    • 1.3

      do you agree? — oh, absolutely! ¿estás de acuerdo? — ¡claro / por supuesto (que sí)!
      • that's a much better idea — oh, absolutely! esa idea es mucho mejor — ¡sin lugar a dudas! / ¡por supuesto!

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    a transitive verb used absolutely un uso absoluto de un verbo transitivo