Definition of 'personally'
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Yet the player himself has taken it personally. The Sun (2017)I take it personally when we get beat. The Sun (2016)You can't take it personally. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I do not personally know of anybody who would dream of charging a hard-up charity for making an appearance. The Sun (2016)Personally I think it's her who needs the upgrade! The Sun (2016)I don't know him personally but he's obviously a local. The Sun (2016)I don't think people who haven't dealt with this issue personally know how hard it is to be successful and what it takes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was more personally about not playing enough. The Sun (2012)You will forgive me for taking this rather personally. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There he was famous for knowing the pupils personally and was much liked by staff. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Our people are also looking forward to meeting you personally. Christianity Today (2000)He has personally complained about it to friends. The Sun (2011)But he is known to feel personally betrayed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He welcomed the opportunity to meet them personally and apologise. The Sun (2008)But a spokesman said the chief exec had no plans to meet them personally. The Sun (2013)He was talking about me personally. The Sun (2011)Unless people know your dog personally, very few understand. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)We'll talk about it personally afterwards. The Sun (2008)People usually criticise things that interest them personally, or about which they feel unsure within themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I personally don't think that is long enough for all the things you need to know. The Sun (2008)Personally I think it would be quite an odd thing to choose a complete novice at a time like this. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Personally I think this is the course of action we need to take if we want heroism to be cool again. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Visit ADVICE legal or financial constitute not do and only guidance general as intended are Answers personally. The Sun (2014)Personally I'd rather have a guaranteed job. The Sun (2008)The A Team regret they cannot answer emails personally. The Sun (2013)Personally, I think you might be giving yourself a bit too much credit. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Personally, I think this is very suspicious. The Sun (2013)I felt as though she was rejecting her family and I took it rather personally. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'personally'
British English: personally /ˈpɜːsənəlɪ/ ADVERB
You use personally to emphasize that you are giving your own opinion.
Personally I think it's a waste of time.
- American English: personally
- Arabic: شَخْصِيَّاً
- Brazilian Portuguese: pessoalmente
- Chinese: 就我个人来说
- Croatian: osobno
- Czech: osobně
- Danish: personligt
- Dutch: persoonlijk
- European Spanish: personalmente
- Finnish: henkilökohtaisesti
- French: personnellement
- German: persönlich
- Greek: προσωπικά
- Italian: personalmente
- Japanese: 直接自分で
- Korean: 개인적으로
- Norwegian: personlig
- Polish: osobiście
- European Portuguese: pessoalmente
- Romanian: personal
- Russian: лично
- Spanish: personalmente
- Swedish: personligen
- Thai: โดยส่วนตัว
- Turkish: kişisel olarak
- Ukrainian: особисто
- Vietnamese: theo cá nhân
Definition of personally from the Collins English Dictionary
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