Definition of 'totally'
Example sentences containing 'totally'
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She was totally loyal to Lazard, who'd helped her out with a new job. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2001)They'd always been besotted, which meant they didn't really need a helpless, totally dependent infant to love them best in the world. SOMEBODY (2001)
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Translations for 'totally'
British English: totally /ˈtəʊtlɪ/ ADVERB
Totally means completely.
...something totally different.
- American English: totally
- Arabic: بِكَامِلِهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: totalmente
- Chinese: 完全地
- Croatian: potpuno
- Czech: naprosto
- Danish: totalt
- Dutch: totaal
- European Spanish: totalmente completamente
- Finnish: täysin
- French: totalement
- German: völlig
- Greek: εντελώς
- Italian: totalmente
- Japanese: 完全に
- Korean: 전부
- Norwegian: fullstendig
- Polish: całkowicie totalnie
- European Portuguese: totalmente
- Romanian: in întregime
- Russian: полностью
- Spanish: totalmente
- Swedish: totalt
- Thai: โดยสิ้นเชิง
- Turkish: tamamen
- Ukrainian: повністю
- Vietnamese: hoàn toàn
Definition of totally from the Collins English Dictionary
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