Translation of personally in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 [responsible/liable] personalmente she wrote to me personally me escribió personalmente or ella misma he feels personally insulted lo toma como un insulto personal I don't mean you personally no me refiero a ti personalmente to take sth personally ofenderseExample sentences1.2 (in person) personalmente do you know him personally? ¿lo conoces personalmente?
- This requires individuals to be personally responsible for maintaining separate sets of addresses.
- Besides, an individual cannot be personally responsible for who stays in school when young teachers flee to take better-paid jobs.
- A man who holds individuals personally responsible for their acts may murder.
- After a few minutes a small contingent marches out, escorts and a high ranking individual who must personally approve our presence.
- It's always extraordinary to be in your presence personally as we have been and even by satellite.
- Accordingly, I needed to see an old photograph or advertisement that would allow me to personally authenticate the presence of some mythical sixties pop giant in my town.
- 2 (sentence adv) 2.1 (for my part) personalmente personally, I can't stand him yo, personalmente, no lo aguanto 2.2 (as a person) como personaExample sentences
- Not from the legal standpoint, just personally: Should you not have treated yourself the way you have?
- One subject he was able to speak about personally was the Sistine Chapel.
- As such, the poem examines firsthand and historically, personally and objectively, the complex responsibility of the artist to self and environment.
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