Quick answer
"Fully" is an adverb which is often translated as "completamente", and "entirely" is an adverb which is also often translated as "completamente". Learn more about the difference between "fully" and "entirely" below.
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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (entirely)
a. completamente
She will have fully recovered by the time we go on vacation.Se habrá recuperado completamente para cuando nos vayamos de vacaciones.
b. totalmente
I was fully exhausted when we got home from the airport.Estaba totalmente agotado cuando regresamos a casa del aeropuerto.
2. (thoroughly)
a. en detalle
I hope we have time for me to fully explain my idea.Espero que tengamos el tiempo suficiente para que explique mi idea en detalle.
b. a fondo
We still haven't fully discussed the budget of the project.Todavía no hemos analizado a fondo el presupuesto del proyecto.
3. (at least)
a. por lo menos
It was fully three weeks after the event that she notified the police.Fue por lo menos tres semanas después del evento que ella notificó a la policía.
4. (in full)
a. enteramente
I'm sorry you don't like the suit. We'll fully reimburse you.Lo siento que no le haya gustado el traje. Le reembolsaremos enteramente lo que pagó.
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entirely
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (completely)
a. completamente
He had some good ideas, but I wasn't entirely convinced by the presentation.Él tenía algunas buenas ideas, pero la presentación no me convenció completamente.
b. totalmente
It's entirely possible that you'll get into Harvard, but you shouldn't put all your eggs in one basket.Es totalmente posible que seas admitido en Harvard, pero no deberías jugártelo todo a una sola carta.
c. del todo
It is not entirely true that a TV producer has complete control over the contents of their programs.No es del todo cierto que un productor televisivo tenga control total sobre el contenido de sus programas.
2. (solely)
a. únicamente
This type of ham comes from a pig whose diet consists entirely of acorns.Este tipo de jamón proviene de un cerdo cuya dieta consiste únicamente de bellotas.
b. exclusivamente
What time should we meet? – It entirely depends on you. I have the whole day free.¿A qué hora deberíamos juntarnos? – Depende exclusivamente de ti. Tengo todo el día libre.
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