Meaning of COMPLETELY in English

COMPLETELY

adv. 1 entirely, fully, quite, wholly, totally, altogether, in toto, thoroughly, perfectly, exactly, precisely, down to the ground, from start to finish, from beginning to end, from A to Z, from the word go, in full; lock, stock, and barrel; hook, line, and sinker; heart and soul; root and branch; en masse The currency does not completely represent the wealth of the country 2 unqualifiedly, unconditionally, thoroughly, utterly, totally, absolutely, quite, altogether, unreservedly He's completely mad if he thinks that thing will fly 3 clearly, expressly, explicitly, unambiguously, entirely, fully, totally, wholly, altogether, unequivocally, truly, categorically, flatly I am completely in agreement with your policy

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.