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English-German translation for: literally
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Dictionary English German: literally

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English German
literally {adv}
literally {adv} <lit.>
literally {adv} [coll.] [with some exaggeration]
literally {adv}
literally {adv} [emphatic]
förmlich [im Sinn von regelrecht]
literally {adv}
literally {adv}im Wortsinn
literally {adv}in wörtlichem Sinne
literally {adv}im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes
2 Words
literally speaking {adv}wörtlich genommen
not literallynicht wirklich
to take sth. literallyetw. wörtlich nehmen
to take sth. literallyetw. wortwörtlich nehmen
to translate sth. literallyetw.Akk. wörtlich übersetzen
3 Words
to take sth. too literallyjedes Wort auf die Goldwaage legen [Redewendung] [sehr wörtlich nehmen]
5+ Words
sth. is to be taken literallyetw. ist wörtlich zu nehmen
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A 2023-07-15: Literally, having lunch outside the work place; figuratively, see below
Q 2023-07-14: management is literally and figuratively out to lunch
A 2022-01-13: Literally +to be said to that [Long Covid]+ ... D and E may not be worlds ...
A 2021-10-14: Taken literally, you may knit +lefty socks+ for yourself or your mate ... ...
A 2020-08-06: Literally and quite simply +Jew's head groat+
A 2020-04-23: ... eventually ripped open (literally: pierced)
A 2020-04-21: Literally: unfolding
A 2020-04-14: Literally: trap of costs / trap of hidden costs / trap of sunk costs
A 2018-11-06: Do you mean literally or figuratively?
A 2018-05-03: Literally, +too kind of you+
A 2017-06-13: Literally, +science of drugs+ ~ +pharmacology+
A 2017-05-25: Literally, a drinker of schnapps https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/defini...
A 2017-02-14: Or literally: become more confident
A 2017-01-26: Terminology; maybe +States (later called Cantons)+ if you want to go out o...
A 2016-12-21: fig. not literally
A 2016-11-23: here, "to scramble" would work literally and metaphorically
A 2016-07-30: Literally: his rival for Miranda's favours
A 2016-05-09: Literally:
A 2016-04-14: Literally, we also have +build-up of debt+
A 2016-01-05: it's literally ....

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