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strictly speaking

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  • Strictly Speaking — by journalist and TV anchorman Edwin Newman, sub titled Will America be the death of English ? , was published in 1974. In the book Newman skillfully skinned contemporary written and spoken English , pointing out how the language of Shakespeare …   Wikipedia

  • strictly speaking — adverb in actual fact (Freq. 2) properly speaking, they are not husband and wife • Syn: ↑properly speaking, ↑to be precise * * * ˈstrictly speaking idiom if you are using words or rules in their exact or correct sense • …   Useful english dictionary

  • strictly speaking — 1) used for showing that you are trying to be accurate Tomatoes are not, strictly speaking, vegetables. 2) according to the rules Strictly speaking, I shouldn t be here …   English dictionary

  • strictly speaking — if I want to be completely accurate in what I am saying. They re still married, strictly speaking, but they ve been living apart for years …   New idioms dictionary

  • strictly speaking — in a serious manner of understanding …   English contemporary dictionary

  • strictly — strict|ly [ strıktli ] adverb ** 1. ) in a strict way: The children were brought up very strictly. strictly enforced laws 2. ) used for emphasizing that something is exactly or only a particular type of thing: It s a strictly neutral organization …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • strictly — strict|ly [ˈstrıktli] adv 1.) in a way that must be obeyed ▪ Alcohol is strictly forbidden on school premises. ▪ The ban on hunting is not strictly enforced . 2.) exactly and completely ▪ That isn t strictly true. 3.) strictly speaking used to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • strictly — adverb 1 exactly and completely: That isn t strictly true. 2 strictly speaking used when you are using words or explaining rules in an exact and correct way: Strictly speaking, spiders are not insects, although most people think they are. 3 only… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • strictly — [ˈstrɪk(t)li] adv 1) in a strict way strictly enforced laws[/ex] 2) completely It s a strictly neutral organization.[/ex] That s not strictly true.[/ex] • strictly speaking used for showing that you are trying to be accurate, or trying to follow… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • strictly */*/ — UK [ˈstrɪk(t)lɪ] / US adverb 1) in a strict way The children were brought up very strictly. strictly enforced laws 2) used for emphasizing that something is exactly or only a particular type of thing It s a strictly neutral organization. That s… …   English dictionary

  • strictly — /strikt lee/, adv. 1. in a strict manner; rigorously; stringently: strictly enforced. 2. precisely or candidly; factually: strictly speaking. [1480 90; STRICT + LY] * * * …   Universalium


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