exactlyadverb

  • jaちょうど、正確に、まさにそのとおり
  • enused to emphasize accuracy, completeness, or correctness

Examples

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Yeah, you look exactly like the guy in the ‘Don't Talk to Strangers’ poster.
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No, I don't.
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Why would you think a lady is me?
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Are you serious?
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Because you look exactly alike.
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- Am I the only one? Are you getting this? - No. I don't see it.
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Why does Holt look so worried?
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What are you talking about?
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He looks exactly like he always does.
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And now, Colin's daughter, Catherine, will say a few words.
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My dad died and I discovered I have a secret illegitimate half-sister.
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You could be identical twins.
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I've looked exactly the same since I was 11.
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Oh, my God!
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It's not what it looks like, babe!
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Oh, really? Because it looks like you're sleeping with another guy.
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Oh...
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Then it's exactly what it looks like.
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Does the guy in this Buzzfeed video kinda look like Grant?
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Oh, you mean Keith?
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- Maybe a little. - What?
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Come on, they're exactly the same.
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My parents, they told my brother and I that one of our IQs is 153, and the other is 156,
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but they won't exactly tell us whose is whose,
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because otherwise, we'll fight over who's smarter, so...

Other meanings for exactly...

exactlyadverb

  • ja全く、その通り
  • enused when asking for complete information
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Yes, yes. How can I help you?
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We were just looking around.
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Oh, oh, you're fellow scholars.
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What exactly were you looking for? Hmm?
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Perhaps, Dr. Chester Stock's musings on the Smilodon californicus?
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What exactly is the point of the box?
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Chandler.
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The meaning of the box is three-fold.
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One, it gives me the time to think about what I did.
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Two, it proves how much I care about my friendship with Joey.
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And 3, it hurts.
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What exactly are we looking at here?
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An unassembled, one-of-a-kind, battery-powered radio tower!
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I can talk to my girlfriend whenever and wherever I choose.
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Girlfriend?
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Marijuana is a memory-loss drug, so maybe you just don't remember.
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I would remember.
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Well, how could you if it just erased your memory?
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That's not how it works.
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Now, how do you know how it works?
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Knock it off.
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- Okay, I'm interviewing you. - No!
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You said that I'd be conducting the interview when I walked in here.
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Now, exactly how much pot did you smoke?
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Well, coach, I got a butt load of questions for you.
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Ted, exactly what do you want?
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Okay, well, here's my first question for you.
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All these countries, they play the same type of football?
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'Cause British football is a heck of a lot different than the football we got in the United States of America.
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Sure, you only let one measly guy get away, and now he's running the goddamn city.
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Not the whole city, just upper midtown, and lower downtown, and middle uptown low town.
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Besides, it's mostly poor people.
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Where exactly did you end up last night?
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I was pursuing some hot leads.
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Well, Rachel, this is really exciting, your first day at work.
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Do you have any other questions before you start?
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Uh, yes. If a customer asks me exactly what an "iCloud" is, what do I say cause I don't actually know?
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Yeah, here's the thing, none of us know what that is, so just make something up.
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- Eric, what are you doing here? - Well, James, I heard you were struggling to stay positive.
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And I thought I could stop by to cheer you up a bit.
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Cheer me up?
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How exactly are you planning to cheer me up?
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Well, I thought maybe we could sing a song together!
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And just like Mitt Romney's secret Twitter, I'm always lurking.
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I'm sorry. Where exactly are you right now?
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I'm ever present, Jimmy.
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Always around you, forever at end.
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Yeah, but, really, where are you?
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Well, I'm in an air duct, Jimmy.
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Oh! Gosh.