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1) used for saying that you have a firm opinion about something
Kristen believes strongly that the research will produce good results.
I feel strongly that the trial was unfair.2) used for emphasis when you are giving advice
I would strongly recommend that you don't pay him anything yet.3) in a way that is very easy to notice
The soup tasted strongly of salt.
English dictionary. 2014.
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strongly — adverb 1. with strength or in a strong manner (Freq. 18) argues very strongly for his proposal he was strongly opposed to the government • Ant: ↑weakly • Derived from adjective: ↑strong 2. in a powerful manner … Useful english dictionary
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strongly — adverb see strong … New Collegiate Dictionary
strongly — See strongish. * * * … Universalium