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the kibitzer is a person who volunteer useless information specialy in card games ,causing players to be prejudiced against him

does volunteer mean offer in this sentence?
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Yes indeed. But it should be "a person who volunteerS", and "specialLy"
"especially"
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I think "specially" does exist, KHoff (at least in the hyperdictionary, I checked), but I may be wrong... Emotion: smile
You're right, Pieanne, "specially" does exist, although personally I would use it a little differently than I would use "especially." Let's see if I can illustrate the difference (which might, of course, exist only in my own little mind). I would say "the chef prepared this dish especially (particularly, primarily) for you," but I would say "this dish was specially prepared (in a special, unusual way) without onions, because of your allergy." So - "specially," I would suggest , means "in a special way," and can't be substituted for "especially (meaning "particularly") without sounding as if you are just speaking carelessly.

Let's see if anyone else agrees with me.
Yes, I definitely agree with you.

Thank you.
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I'm gonna jump in with Khoff this time. Although I did pause over Merriam-Webster's no. 3 on 'specially':

Function: adverb
1 : in a special manner <treated her friends specially>
2 a : for a purpose <dresses made specially for the occasion> <wines specially selected to match each course> b : in particular : SPECIFICALLY<made specially for you>
3 : ESPECIALLY 2 <makes a specially fine curry> <was specially pleased with the gift>
Yes, my mistake, the three of you are right, of course! Emotion: smile