personal translate to Mandarin Chinese: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "personal" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary


/ˈpɜː.sən.əl/ US  /ˈpɝː.sən.əl/
relating or belonging to a single or particular person rather than to a group or an organization
My personal opinion/view is that the students should be doing more work outside the classroom.
Her uncle takes a personal interest in her progress.
She has her own personal secretary/bodyguard/fitness instructor.
Passengers are reminded to take all their personal belongings with them when they leave the plane.
Particular and individual
A personal action is one which is done by someone directly rather than getting another person to do it
The health minister made a personal appearance at the hospital.
I will give the matter my personal attention.
Particular and individual
private or relating to someone's private life
The letter was marked 'Personal. Strictly confidential.'
Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
His resignation was apparently for personal rather than professional reasons.
For such a famous, wealthy man, his personal life was surprisingly simple and ordinary.
Secrecy and privacy
relating to your body or appearance
She is obsessed with personal hygiene.
Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
personal remark/comment an intentionally offensive remark about someone's character or appearance
Did you have to make such a personal remark about her new haircut?
Rude and cheekyRelating to sex and sexual desire
get personal informal to start being rude to someone about their character or appearance
As long as the criticism is honestly given and doesn't get personal, I can handle it.
Insults and abuseTreating people or animals badly
(Definition of personal from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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