Translation of exclusively in Spanish:


exclusivamente, adv.

Pronunciation /ɪkˈskluːsɪvli//ɪkˈsklusəvli/


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    exclusively for members exclusivamente / únicamente para socios
    • This is not to say that they are exclusively concerned with description.
    • Do you think that this kind of expression is exclusively the product of an urban setting?
    • Relying exclusively then on that particular line of form could be an unreliable yardstick.
    • Confining himself exclusively to postwar moderns would net him only a handful of converts.
    • He said there was a big shift towards using trucks and shovels exclusively about a decade ago.
    • Dropstitch was the first ever feature length film to exclusively feature female snowboarders.
    • A lifeline is Long Tall Sally, the first retailer to provide clothes exclusively for tall women.
    • In fact, over half the goods on offer concern themselves exclusively with whisky.
    • Based on the theme of body image, the show is designed especially, but not exclusively, for young adults.
    • The views expressed - of course - are exclusively my own and have nothing to do with my employer.
    • These are exclusively pedestrian streets where their movement is not curtailed.
    • This led them to come up with a yearly festival exclusively for women, and it turned out to be a woman's day out!
    • We decided to stick exclusively to the specials menu, and chose three starters.
    • This special chocolate is reserved exclusively for the use of Easter eggs only.
    • These early disputes are largely, if not exclusively, concerned with power.
    • They painted almost exclusively altarpieces in a dramatic late Baroque style.
    • For the poor, a house in each residential area was exclusively set aside for the same purpose.
    • It would be even better if the park was designed exclusively for recreational purposes.
    • She does not teach the harp exclusively but also the piano and the recorder.
    • This might suggest that church meetings then were less exclusively female than they are in Britain today!