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If an adverb stands before 2 or more phrases, verbs, adjectives, in each case, does it support the meaning of all the groups, or just the first one, or there are rules to know it.

" exclusively allocated to or intended for a particular service or purpose"

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Anorak Han Ed

If an adverb stands before 2 or more phrases, verbs, adjectives, in each case, does it support the meaning of all the groups, or just the first one, or there are rules to know it.

" exclusively allocated to or intended for a particular service or purpose"

There is no specific rule. Context usually tells you.

In the example you quote 'exclusively' applies to both 'allocated to' and 'intended for'.

exclusively
[allocated to / intended for]
a particular [service / purpose]

=

exclusively allocated to a particular service
or
exclusively allocated to a particular purpose
or
exclusively intended for a particular service
or
exclusively intended for a particular purpose

CJ