exactly

Exactly vs Compete - What's the difference?

exactly | compete |


As an adverb exactly

is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

As a verb compete is

.

Exactly vs Plainly - What's the difference?

exactly | plainly |


As adverbs the difference between exactly and plainly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while plainly is in a plain manner; simply; basically.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Exactly vs Namely - What's the difference?

exactly | namely |


As adverbs the difference between exactly and namely

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while namely is especially, above all.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Confidently vs Exactly - What's the difference?

confidently | exactly |


As adverbs the difference between confidently and exactly

is that confidently is in a confident manner; with confidence; with strong assurance; positively while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an interjection exactly is

(signifies agreement or recognition).

Exactly vs Clearly - What's the difference?

exactly | clearly |


In manner|lang=en terms the difference between exactly and clearly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As adverbs the difference between exactly and clearly

is that exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely while clearly is (manner) in a clear manner.

As an interjection exactly

is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Literal vs Exactly - What's the difference?

literal | exactly |


As an adjective literal

is exactly as stated; read or understood without additional interpretation; according to the letter or verbal expression; real; not figurative or metaphorical.

As a noun literal

is (programming) a value, as opposed to an identifier, written into the source code of a computer program.

As an adverb exactly is

(manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an interjection exactly is

(signifies agreement or recognition).

Obsoletely vs Exactly - What's the difference?

obsoletely | exactly |


As adverbs the difference between obsoletely and exactly

is that obsoletely is (biology) imperfectly or indistinctly developed while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an interjection exactly is

(signifies agreement or recognition).

Involve vs Exactly - What's the difference?

involve | exactly |


As a verb involve

is to roll or fold up; to wind round; to entwine.

As an adverb exactly is

(manner) without approximation; precisely.

As an interjection exactly is

(signifies agreement or recognition).

Really vs Exactly - What's the difference?

really | exactly |


As adverbs the difference between really and exactly

is that really is (lb) actually; in fact; in reality while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As interjections the difference between really and exactly

is that really is indicating surprise at, or requesting confirmation of, some new information; to express skepticism while exactly is (signifies agreement or recognition).

Indeed vs Exactly - What's the difference?

indeed | exactly |


As adverbs the difference between indeed and exactly

is that indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually while exactly is (manner) without approximation; precisely.

As interjections the difference between indeed and exactly

is that indeed is indicates emphatic agreement while exactly is (signifies agreement or recognition).

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