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Translation of "literally" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

literally

adverb
 
 
/ˈlɪt.ər.əl.i/ /-rə.li/ US  /ˈlɪt̬.ɚ.əl.i/
informal used to emphasize what you are saying
(用於強調)確實,真正地
He missed that kick literally by miles.
他那一腳踢丟得確實相差好幾英里遠。
I was literally bowled over by the news.
我聽到這個消息真的驚呆了。
Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
having the real or original meaning of a word or phrase
名副其實地,按字面含義來講
They were responsible for literally millions of deaths.
他們的確對數百萬人的死負有責任。
We live literally just round the corner from her.
我們住的地方離她那裡真的只需要轉一個彎。
You'll lose marks if you translate too literally (= one word at a time).
你如果逐字逐字地翻譯會丟分的。
Accurate and exact
informal simply or just
只是,僅僅,就
Then you literally cut the sausage down the middle.
那麽你就從香腸的中間切開吧。
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(Definition of literally from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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