totally

adverb to·tal·ly \ ˈtō-tᵊl-ē \

Definition of totally

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

Examples of totally in a Sentence

  1. That's a totally different issue.

  2. I am totally upset you can't make it to the celebration.

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First Known Use of totally

1509


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totally

adverb

Definition of totally for English Language Learners

  • : completely or entirely



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