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specifically

[spi-sif-ik-lee] /spɪˈsɪf ɪk li/
adverb
1.
in a definite or precise manner:
The suspect was not specifically named in the report. More specifically, you will be responsible for half the total cost.
2.
with an exact use or purpose in mind:
The manual is written specifically for nonexperts.
3.
with reference to qualities that are peculiar or proper to someone or something:
Our classes are specifically different from other yoga programs.
Origin of specifically
1620-1625
First recorded in 1620-25; specific + -ly
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