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Translation of "literally" - English-Arabic dictionary

literally

adverb   /ˈlɪt·əəl·i/
having the original meaning of a word or phrase حَرفِيّا There are literally hundreds of people here.
used to emphasize what you are saying حَرفِيّا My computer is literally an antique (= it is very old).
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