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the exact colour/moment/type etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe exact colour/moment/type etcthe exact colour/moment/type etcSAMEused to emphasize that the same thing is involved the exact colour I was looking for He came into the room at the exact moment I mentioned his name. That’s the exact same thing my dad said. exact
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the exact colour/moment/type etcIt is difficult to trace the exact moment at which he decided that the military situation was hopeless.I can tell you the exact moment he fell in love with her.But prosecutors in the Anwar Ibrahim indecency trial knew the exact moment of the chauffeur's trauma.He looked up at the screen at the exact moment Rocky gave himself the name he would henceforth carry.I was then sure that the brush was holding the exact colour the painting required.The user has to judge the exact moment to stop.
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