Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Exclusively"

  • The meaning of "Exclusively" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Selectively. When dating exclusively, you are dating one person instead of multiple people.

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    2. Only for for one purpose or person.

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    2. it means “only”

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    2. "exclusively" means "only" (只). They feed on (almost) only vegetation.

  • Example sentences using "Exclusively"

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    2. That bathroom is exclusively for women. This section of the airport is exclusively for business-class passengers. Cat food is exclusively for cats. Humans should never eat cat food.

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    2. Exclusively isn't used much for daily conversation. People would rather use the words "only" or "strictly". I did write a sentence below though: I learned to use the instrument exclusively for cooking.

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    2. “This product is exclusively sold in this supermarket.” “She joined the gym which was exclusively for overweight members.” “He used his expensive suit exclusively for luxury occasions.” “In the 1900s, women were exclusively wives and mothers.”

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    2. The video game was released exclusively at Walmart. That famous toy maker signed a deal with McDonalds to exclusively produce toys for them!

  • Synonyms of "Exclusively" and their differences

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    2. "Exclusively" is a more formal way of saying "only". You most often use "exclusively" in work invironments. e.g: "Please work on this folder exclusively"

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    2. "Only" is the most general term out of the three and you can usually use it in place of the other two in everyday conversation :) "Solely" means that there is only one thing being referred to (and does not involve anyone or anything else), while "exclusively" only implies that you're referring to a limited number of things. So solely = just one, exclusively = limited few. For example: "I am solely to blame for this accident." (means that you and you alone were the cause of the accident) "Our agency deals exclusively with luxury brands." (means that your agency will only work with companies who fall under the limited category of "luxury brands") "He's solely in charge of the operation." (means that he has no one else with him taking charge of the operation -- it's only him.) "This offer is available exclusively to our loyal customers." (means that the offer is available to everyone who falls under the limited category of "loyal customers") You can substitute "only" most of the time without significant difference :) (For example: "Only he is in charge of the operation." "This offer is available only for our loyal customers." "Our agency deals only with luxury brands." "Only I am to blame for this accident." all have basically the same meaning as the previous examples ^_^)

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