I am entirely exhausted.
Whether or not Imogen of the Internet will live out her life without causing national scandal depends entirely on Mark Zuckerberg's privacy policies.
A qipao in the traditional style is made entirely by hand and requires labour-intensive manual tailoring techniques to enhance and exhibit every unique female form.
Muiriel has promised me that if I read the book "The Picture of Dorian Gray" entirely in English, she will help me with my math homework.
Mr. Bennet's property consisted almost entirely in an estate of two thousand a year, which, unfortunately for his daughters, was entailed, in default of heirs male, on a distant relation.
A four-year-old American tourist was disappointed to realize that, in fact, the Sichuan province is not entirely made of spicy beef, in spite of its famously piquant cuisine.
Every experiment required a protected environment and an entirely objective frame of mind.
It cannot plausibly be argued that behaviour of such complexity derives entirely from instinct.
The new Tatoeba website will use a home-made "hyper" database, a "made-from-scratch" search engine, and will run on a tatoebux-OS server with a tatoetel CPU made entirely out of tatoebium.
Money is human happiness in the abstract: he, then, who is no longer capable of enjoying human happiness in the concrete devotes his heart entirely to money.
In Thailand, bringing up the children isn't the father's responsibility; it's entirely up to the mother.
Would you guess this sleek Porsche station wagon is entirely electric?
I spent Saturday afternoon watching entirely too much TV.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (entirely) występuje w zestawach:Harry Potter i Więzień Azkabanu 1:00Fiszki z książki - "Earthbound" (Lester del Rey)unito uno englando veru gud"ML Accounting and Finance" Unit 1 (studia kartkówka)Fiszki z książki - "Falcons of Narabedla" (Marion ...
That's altogether wrong.
Only by prohibiting nuclear weapons altogether can we stop the arms race.
The cultural treasures of the past, believed to be dead, are being made to speak, in the course of which it turns out that they propose things altogether different than what had been thought.
He was really gung-ho when he started at the gym but after a few months he started slacking off and then stopped coming altogether.
Altogether, things are going well.
And persistent warmer waters kill the reefs altogether.
If we do not want to fall ill we shoud give up smoking altogether.
Do you think it's easier to cut down on smoking or to cut it out (or give it up) altogether?
He had married several times and had forty-six children altogether.
I wen to several shops this afternoon and spent 100 pounds altogether.
My students are few in number, no more than five altogether.
We've lost contact with them altogether. This didn't altogether surprise me. We have an altogether different idea. Altogether, coffee and dessert cost six dollars.
= completely. These rare animals may soon disappear altogether. The problem is too serious to be ignored altogether.
In Canada, the situation is altogether different. How much do I owe you altogether?
Beauty is altogether in the eye of the beholder.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (altogether) występuje w zestawach:The girl with the dragon tato - prologueZdrowy styl życia (słownictwo A)Divine 7.02.2017. Ga 2,11-3,14Fiszki z książki - "On the Age of Maya Ruins" (Cha...Callan stage 10 lesson 151
The company, wholly owned by NTT, is doing well.
The statement is not wholly true.
I am not wholly convinced that you are right.
Youth is wholly experimental.
I am wholly responsible for the confusion.
Man cannot be free if he does not know that he is subject to necessity, because his freedom is always won in his never wholly successful attempts to liberate himself from necessity.
Due to severe educational influence the child became a wholly different person.
Her words were wholly void of meaning.
But if we were wholly rational, would we want children at all?
You can trust him to some degree but not wholly.
It's a wholly new experience for me.
I don't wholly agree with you.
As readers will realize, this analogy is wholly misleading.
Your behaviour is wholly unacceptable.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (wholly) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "A Book of Epigrams" (Various)Fiszki z książki - "'Jesus Himself'" (Andrew Murray)Fiszki z książki - "Palos of the Dog Star Pack" (J...Fiszki z książki - "The Voice of the Pack" (Edison...Fiszki z książki - "The Art of Inventing" (Edwin J...
If you raise an eyebrow, it can mean "I want to have sex with you", but also "I find that what you just said is completely idiotic."
Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.
Insurance makes us remember that the world we live in isn't completely safe; we might fall ill, face danger or encounter the unexpected.
Completely surrounded by our troops, the enemy finally surrendered to us.
The boxing match was completely one-sided, one pug was so badly mauled that his manager had to throw in the sponge.
For things that have had contents with volatile oil like thinners they should be left for a few days to completely evaporate it before being disposed of as non-flammable waste.
These two have completely different patterning but no difference is seen in their internal morphology so it seems that they are considered the same.
Nowhere but in the world of the antique is it more obvious that many of the things that we, as individuals hold dear, are completely arbitrary.
People often laud Christopher Columbus for all the lands that he discovered, but most are completely unaware of his numerous under-the-sea discoveries.
The musical instruments and parts are completely professional quality! And yet the prices are lower than anywhere!
He's completely convinced of his own greatness but to the people around him he's just a selfish jerk.
When investigating the pH (acidic, neutral, alkaline) of a liquid, don't soak the litmus paper completely in the liquid but just put the end of the paper in it.
Every Tatoeba sentence should be commented and its translation discussed, unless it's completely obvious.
I kept saying "Let's stop" but she drained cup after cup of wine -- and now, as you can see, she's completely drunk.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (completely) występuje w zestawach:Divine 1 Post śr. Wyj 10,21-11,10English Top 1000 750-800Divine 3.04.2017. Hbr 2,15-1826 zw wt. Flp 1,27-2,11fullblast 3 - 5d
I felt utterly out of place among those sophisticated people.
It is utterly impossible to finish the work within a month.
She's utterly dependent on her parents.
The face will leave in you an utterly different impression.
I was utterly soaked by the downpour.
If she continues to live with a man she doesn't love for his money, the day will come when she will be utterly frustrated and between the devil and the deep blue sea.
The tone in which those words were spoken utterly belied them.
utterly ridiculous, splendid, posh, utterly in love
It is utterly wrong and incomprehensible for a court to pronounce such a sentence.
What an utterly stupid thing to do!
This is utterly wrong what you are doing! I'm calling the police!
Every single performance is utterly different from the other one.
absolutely, completely: The attacks of 11 September 2001 have utterly changed the world.
i am compeletly and utterly depressed
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (utterly) występuje w zestawach:In-class discussion 16th April and interview with ...adverbs of degreeMoja lekcja +trudne wyrazy
Mathematicians are like French people: whatever you tell them they translate it into their own language and turn it into something totally different.
The main reason is that the subjects were totally unaware of the possibility of shortcuts.
I'm totally boned!
You and David should totally learn that piece and play it at the talent show next year.
I fell asleep? "Totally." "Really?" "You were very restless, did you have a scary dream?"
Translate a sentence several times from one language to another and you'll find yourself with something totally different from the original.
It's totally without precedent for the suspect's attorney to be the true culprit.
The remark you made at the party about Lisa's weight was totally uncalled for.
I met her a long time after graduation, and she had totally become a housewife.
According to all probability, no language is totally free of loan words.
When she looked, he shut the door and locked her into the totally dark closet.
I don’t want to play the piano any more. I want to try a totally different instrument.
She is totally into rock music. If you want to start a band, she might give you some inspiration.
I totally forgot about your birthday, I'm sorry!
I kept gazing at her until she, totally confused, dropped her gaze.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (totally) występuje w zestawach:Divine 33 zw. czw. 23.11.2017. Zach 11, 4Własne CAE 576 - 600 26.10.2017.English Top 1000 900-950Własne CAE od 1401 do 1425Moja lekcja 2
I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
I was just admiring your roses. They're absolutely gorgeous. "Oh, I'm flattered. Thank you."
It's absolutely miserable outside; cold, wet rain is no good for drinking beer on the plaza with your friends.
I absolutely love going to concerts not just because I get a chance to meet the musician or singer but because of the wondrous feeling of a live performance.
There is but One who is absolutely by and through himself, — namely, God; and God is not the mere dead conception to which we have thus given utterance, but he is in himself pure Life.
These young people are talking loudly amongst themselves and have absolutely no regard for those around them.
You haven't fallen in love have you!? I won't have it! Having that man become my brother-in-law; I absolutely hate that!
I usually cut loose a bit and drink plenty before a day off work but if my drinks are cut with tochu tea then I get absolutely no hangover.
Things like grammars that can be called absolutely correct do not exist anywhere.
There's no way to convince him. He absolutely insists that the only way to solve the problem is his way.
One morning at breakfast we children were informed to our utter dismay that we could no longer be permitted to run absolutely wild.
He has had absolutely no part in the conspiracy; it was not he, but his brother, who had an axe to grind against the government.
The best way to really know a person is to see how he behaves when he is absolutely free to choose.
Christopher Columbus once decided to burn absolutely everything in an entire village after one of the natives stole his parrot. He was disappointed that he couldn't burn their water. So he invented fluorine.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (absolutely) występuje w zestawach:Clothes and fashion and Fashion industryUBRANIA I MODA/BRANŻA MODOWA/CHALLENGErozdział 5 useful words and phrasesangol przypał 1,7 musi byc
It's quite difficult to master French in 2 or 3 years.
You're quite right.
You say I should know him quite well, but as a matter of fact, I was introduced to him only last week.
I brought a jacket because it was quite cool this morning.
This time I stayed for the first time in a private villa, and it was really quite something.
If her nose were a little shorter, she would be quite pretty.
The teacher was quite candid about my chances of entering Tokyo University.
Until quite recently, most of the things we needed were made by hand.
Quite by chance, I met my old friend in the airport.
In conversation, one is likely to find out certain things about the other person quite easily.
Tom and Mary argue a lot, but they still get along quite well together.
English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.
The 'gold' yearned for by the Japanese synchronized swimming world was not quite reached.
The bronze statue looks quite nice from a distance.
Until quite recently, people in developed countries didn't care much about the environment.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (quite) występuje w zestawach:Words liable to be cofused - słowa pomieszaneW&K Market Leader UNIT 10
Death sentences in Saudi Arabia are often imposed after largely secret and grossly unfair trials.
10. well and truly
Many people remained in their hiding places until they were sure the war was well and truly over.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (well and truly) występuje w zestawach:advanced gram & vocab
It's solely for your use.
"That knowledge lies solely with you?"
The enemy behind us presently exists solely to cut off our retreat.
I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit. It amazes me, I confess; for, certainly, there can be nothing so advantageous to them as instruction.
From the standpoint of ecology, Antarctica should be reserved solely for research, not for tourism or for commercial exploration.
This site contains sexually explicit material and is intended solely for adults only!
Are you from a planet solely populated by women?
Policy search and retrieve services will be created solely for the operational use of Gudiewire ClaimCenter
I can sell this car to whom I want, because it is solely mine.
However, it cannot be solely highly qualified workers who enter through this door.
We cooperate solely with affluent clients.
It instead focuses solely on the state and national boundaries of a place
Victory and defeat aren't solely decided by the size of your army.
Angielskie słowo "całkowicie" (solely) występuje w zestawach:Angielski indywidualny
The conditions they had to live in were downright disgusting, with rats and filth everywhere.
Some of the jobs were downright disgusting.
100 percent........ he is downright evil........
I think the way she was treated is a downright disgrace.
She'd been caught in a downright lie
A bad day, he thought, might just turn downright awful.
People are being downright careless.
And I will tell you, when you look at the course of the president’s tweets, they range from being disruptive to downright dangerous.
The girl was not downright homely.
That movie's downright dirty.
There are few, very few, that will own themselves in a mistake, though all the World sees them to be in downright nonsense.