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totally

adverb to·tal·ly \ˈtō-təl-ē\

: completely or entirely

Full Definition of TOTALLY

:  in a total manner :  to a total or complete degree :  wholly, entirely

Examples of TOTALLY

  1. That's a totally different issue.
  2. <I am totally upset you can't make it to the celebration.>

First Known Use of TOTALLY

1509

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