literally translation to Traditional Chinese: Cambridge Dict.

Translation of "literally" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


/ˈlɪt.ər.əl.i/ /-rə.li/ US  /ˈlɪt̬.ɚ.əl.i/
informal used to emphasize what you are saying
He missed that kick literally by miles.
I was literally bowled over by the news.
Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
having the real or original meaning of a word or phrase
They were responsible for literally millions of deaths.
We live literally just round the corner from her.
You'll lose marks if you translate too literally (= one word at a time).
Accurate and exact
informal simply or just
Then you literally cut the sausage down the middle.
(Definition of literally from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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