Translation of purely in Spanish:

purely

puramente, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈpjʊəli//ˈpjʊrli/

adverb

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    (decorative) puramente
    (decorative) meramente
    a purely personal matter un asunto estrictamente personal
    • purely by chance por pura casualidad
    • purely and simply lisa / simple y llanamente
    • He also believes it is important that helpers are not seen purely as police informers.
    • This implies that our findings perhaps cannot be explained purely in terms of the placebo effect.
    • The success or failure of a war crimes tribunal, it seems, cannot be gauged in purely legal terms.
    • Britain and the United States have seen film production purely in economic terms.
    • It describes how every human value is debased and turned into purely cash terms.
    • In purely military terms they posed no threat to the Reichswehr and the state police.
    • There is no such a thing as purely military advice when it comes to issues of strategy.
    • They now claim that the meetings were purely exploratory and no decisions have yet been taken.
    • The club has a vile sexist advertising campaign that portrays women in purely sexual terms.
    • To detach it entirely and look at it purely theoretically is to ignore its primary importance.
    • It has also warned that any extra money in the next financial year will be purely to meet inflation.
    • The boundary between pidgins and Creoles cannot be defined in purely linguistic terms.
    • But the real bonus of the scheme should not be estimated in purely financial terms.
    • It is not right to think of intentionality purely in terms of the explanation of behaviour.
    • In purely evidential terms it is to his credit that he accepted that he sometimes did work on this basis.
    • But purely in terms of relating to something, Africa is very far from the way we live.
    • It is almost impossible to think of a law that is purely and exclusively about one topic.
    • In purely political terms, you have to wonder if the game is worth the candle, but still they persist.
    • In purely technical terms, that makes him one of the biggest British musical acts of the modern era.
    • If we were to look at this purely in terms of military gains the answer would be obvious.