Completely-word meaning in punjabi

Adjective : ਭਲੀ-ਭਾਂਤ

Adverb : ਪੂਰੀ, ਬਿਲਕੁਲ, ਆਲੋਂ, ਮੁਤਲਕ

Example Sentences :

Don’t have anything to do with him. He is completely untrustworthy.

At the meeting he monopolised the discussion and completely disrupted the proceeding.

We have completely outstripped the other companies.

His plan is difficult and expensive; it is completely out of the question.

She dresses so outrageously; it looks completely ridiculous!

Have you gone completely mad?

I completely forgot to make something for us to eat.

The boxing match was completely one-sided.

I feel completely restored after a week in the country.

I haven’t completely given up the idea.

Night had completely fallen before we knew.

The leaves of the trees in the garden have turned completely red.

I was completely bewildered by his sudden change of mood.

He was completely fagged out.

He has completely lost all sense of duty.

He looks like a completely different person to what he was before.

He broke down completely on hearing of his daughter’s death.

She completely cleaned her plate.

The answer is completely wrong.

He was completely pissed.

I guess that tomorrow I’ll be completely bald.

I stopped smoking completely months ago.

He is completely wrong for the job.

The city is completely devastated.

I was picturing a completely different concept.

I think you should live completely free.

My life would be completely empty without you.

We have been completely cornered.

And then everything that was written was completely clear.

He wanted to be completely independent of his family.

I awoke to find myself completely refreshed.

My uncle has completely recovered from his illness.

No nation can exist completely isolated from others.

His son-in-law completely recovered from his illness.

He was completely taken in by the story.

She has completely recovered from her illness.

Snow completely covered the town.

You’re completely right.

It’s completely visible.

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