Can also mean "exactly," in response to somebody with whom you wholeheartedly agree.
I have a typo because I used the second meaning that's written there? My answer is judged right, but the remark is irritating.
In the context of the usual "please" and "thank you" niceties, I want to ask - is it common to use تَماماً when someone asks you for something? e.g. "may I have a glass of water?" "Absolutely." If this is the general use, I wanted to take note of it, as I hadn't come across a key cultural word like this.