Totally meaning

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Absolutely; certainly.

They were totally not talking to one another.

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Wholly; completely; altogether.

Their spat was totally forgotten.

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The car was totally destroyed in the crash.

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(degree, colloquial) Very; extremely.

That was totally wicked!

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(modal, colloquial) Definitely.

That was totally not what happened.

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Entirely; wholly; completely.
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Origin of totally

  • total +"Ž -ly
    From Wiktionary