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    #1

    perfectly/particularly/completely

    "perfectly clear", "particularly impressed", "sth takes me completely by surprise".
    What is their difference in meaning?Can those words be used interchangeable?
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    #2

    Re: perfectly/particularly/completely

    Have you looked them up in a dictionary?

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