[pur-suh-nl-ee] /ˈpɜr sə nl i/
through direct contact; in ; directly:
I will thank him personally.
as if intended for or directed at one’s own :
to take someone’s comments personally.
as regards oneself:
Personally, I don’t care to go.
as an individual:
to like someone personally, but not as an employer.
without the help or intervention of others: I’ll attend to it personally
(sentence modifier) in one’s own opinion or as regards oneself: personally, I hate onions
as if referring to oneself: to take the insults personally
as a person: we like him personally, but professionally he’s incompetent
late 14c., from personal + -ly (2). Meaning “as far as I’m concerned” is from 1849.
[pur-suh-nl] /ˈpɜr sə nl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or coming as from a particular person; individual; private: a personal opinion. 2. relating to, directed to, or intended for a particular person: a personal favor; one’s personal life; a letter marked “Personal.”. 3. intended for use by one person: a personal car. 4. referring or […]
- Personal-opinion telegram
[pur-suh-nl-uh-pin-yuh n] /ˈpɜr sə nl əˈpɪn yən/ noun 1. a type of domestic telegram sent at the lowest rate with a minimum charge for 20 words or less to elected federal or state officials on a subject of national or regional interest. 2. the service offering such a telegram.
noun 1. a small notebook with sections for personal information, as dates and addresses. 2. a hand-held computer that contains this information. noun 1. a diary that stores personal records, appointments, notes, etc 2. a pocket-sized electronic device that performs the same functions noun a notebook or equivalent electronic storage medium where one keeps a […]
noun, Grammar. 1. any one of the pronouns used to refer to the speaker, or to one or more to or about whom or which he or she is speaking, as, in English, I, we, you, he, she, it, they. noun 1. a pronoun having a definite person or thing as an antecedent and functioning […]