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absolutely not

📝 Description
"Absolutely not" is an emphatic phrase in English used to express strong denial or refusal. "Absolutely" is an adverb that intensifies the meaning, and "not" is an adverb of negation. Together, they emphasize a strong, definitive "no".
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"Despite your convincing argument, my answer is absolutely not; I won't jump into the pool with my clothes on."
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absolutely

📝 Description
"Absolutely" is an adverb in English language. It's used for emphasizing a strong agreement or the truth of a statement. Also, it can indicate complete and total certainty. For instance, "Are you sure?" "Absolutely!" It originates from the Latin root 'absolutus', meaning 'freed, unrestricted'.
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not

📝 Description
"Not" is an adverb used in English language to negate the meaning of the verb or clause that it modifies. It forms the structure of negative sentences or phrases. It is derived from Old English "nāwiht," meaning "nothing."
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"Not all those who wander are lost."
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