Definition of totally in English:

totally

Syllabification: to·tal·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈtōdlē
 
/

adverb

1Completely; absolutely: the building was totally destroyed by the fire [as submodifier]: they came from totally different backgrounds
More example sentences
  • In his denial, he treats a people as less than fully human and totally dishonours the dead.
  • If he is being absolutely and totally honest, what kind of honesty has he deployed up to now?
  • It had been feared that a strong wind from the east could have totally destroyed the window.
Synonyms
1.1 informal Used to emphasize a clause or statement: I’m sorry, I totally didn’t mean it so then Julie, like, totally dumps her boyfriend Tommy
More example sentences
  • One day I was driving to the store and I was trying to dial a number on my cell phone at the same time—and I totally hit a mailbox.
  • He is, like, totally good in bed.
  • It was pretty good, but the best part was the waiter totally hit on me.
1.2 [as exclamation] informal Used to express agreement: “After all it’s his mess, so let him clean it up.” “Totally!”
More example sentences
  • "So will you come?" "Oh, totally."
  • Was this not a mid-life crisis of mega proportions? "Totally!" responds Stephenson.
  • "Is that still a part of your life?" "Totally, dude."

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