Translation of expresamente in English:

expresamente

adv

  • 1.1 (explícitamente) [decir/pedir] specifically me pidió expresamente que te lo enviara she expressly [formal] o specifically asked me to send it to you la mencionó a ella expresamente he specifically mentioned her dijo expresamente que no quería inmiscuirse he specifically o particularly o expressly said that he did not wish to get involved no lo dijo expresamente, pero lo dio a entender she didn't say it in so many words, but it was obvious what she meant
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    Definition of specifically in:
    1.2 (precisamente, exclusivamente) expresamente con fines delictivos purely for criminal purposes ¿te viniste expresamente a eso? did you come specially for that?

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