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IELTS BNC: 574 COCA: 580

personal

personal /ˈpɚsənəl/ adjective
personal
/ˈpɚsənəl/
adjective
Learner's definition of PERSONAL
always used before a noun
: belonging or relating to a particular person个人享有的;私人的
: made or designed to be used by one person供个人使用的
used to describe someone whose job involves working for or helping a particular person(工作性质)私人的
[more personal; most personal] : relating to a person's private feelings, thoughts, problems, etc.(感觉、想法、问题等)有关个人的
: relating to the parts of your life that do not involve your work or job个人生活的
used to describe the feelings of two people who know and deal with each other私交的
[more personal; most personal] : relating to a particular person's character, appearance, opinions, etc., in a way that is offensive or hurtful人身(攻击)的
always used before a noun : done by a particular person instead of by someone else who is working or acting for that person亲自的
always used before a noun : relating to a person's physical body or health身体的
IELTS BNC: 574 COCA: 580

personal

1 of 2

adjective

per·​son·​al ˈpərs-nəl How to pronounce personal (audio)
ˈpər-sə-nəl
1
: of, relating to, or affecting a particular person : private, individual
personal ambition
personal financial gain
2
a
: done in person without the intervention of another
also : proceeding from a single person
b
: carried on between individuals directly
a personal interview
3
: relating to the person or body
4
: relating to an individual or an individual's character, conduct, motives, or private affairs often in an offensive manner
a personal insult
5
a
: being rational and self-conscious
personal, responsive government is still possible John Fischer
b
: having the qualities of a person rather than a thing or abstraction
a personal devil
6
: of, relating to, or constituting personal property
a personal estate
7
: denoting grammatical person
8
: intended for private use or use by one person
a personal stereo

personal

2 of 2

noun

1
: a short newspaper paragraph relating to the activities of a person or a group or to personal matters
2
: a short personal communication in a special column of the classified ads section of a newspaper or periodical
3

Example Sentences

Adjective This is just my personal opinion. I can only tell you what I know from personal experience. He added his own personal touches to the recipe. We don't accept personal checks. He is a personal friend of mine. She is always concerned about her personal appearance. We provide each of our customers with personal service. Golf is a personal interest of mine. May I ask you a personal question? That information is very personal, and you have no business asking about it. See More
Recent Examples on the Web
Adjective
An inability to pay cash bail, fines, and fees set thousands of Blacks down a dark road toward incarceration and personal ruin. Time, 15 Sep. 2022 On a personal note, this iconoclastic study of self-destructive news junkies has single-handedly restored my faith in the social sciences. Joe Queenan, WSJ, 15 Sep. 2022 Kevin Harris, personal trainer, wrestling coach, and the founder and CEO of NANBF, considers this an ideal choice for its all-around usefulness. Yvonne Villasenor, SELF, 15 Sep. 2022 Addressing mental health issues is one thing—getting executives to open up about personal turmoil is another. Lila Maclellan, Fortune, 15 Sep. 2022 The company is paying for housing in Jacksonville for his first four months and personal fights on the corporate aircraft. Phoebe Wall Howard, Detroit Free Press, 15 Sep. 2022 The personal and the political are perfectly combined in him. Devan Coggan, EW.com, 15 Sep. 2022 The fact that Sarver’s behavior was allowed to go on so long—and that the Suns aren’t the only team to deal with toxic workplaces—suggests something more pervasive and deeply ingrained than the personal flaws of a single person. Louisa Thomas, The New Yorker, 15 Sep. 2022 Smart Brevity, as its title implies, argues for a writing style that is short and punchy and trims the fat from most corporate, academic, and personal communication. Colin Dickey, The New Republic, 15 Sep. 2022
Noun
But with an artist as smart and subversive and intentional as Beyoncé, the personal is also political. Will Dukes, Rolling Stone, 29 July 2022 The 36-year-old, despite sporting a wrist injury, ate 40 hot dogs and was just short of her own personal-best of 48.5 franks. Scott Gleeson, USA TODAY, 4 July 2022 Her story makes this campaign personal, Campbell said. Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, 4 July 2022 Using an easy tool such as the SBI (situation, behavior, impact) to share constructive criticism will ensure that the personal is taken out of the process and only observable facts are included. Expert Panel®, Forbes, 24 June 2022 Toward the end, Salka and Arnaldur get into an argument that explores whether the political and the personal can coexist. Jane Smiley, Washington Post, 6 June 2022 As a result, their connection to the issue goes beyond the legal arguments into the realm of the personal. Gina Glantz, CNN, 13 May 2022 The arrest of this world-renowned champion of religious freedom, human rights, and democracy goes beyond the personal. Nina Shea, National Review, 12 May 2022 Two years into his career, Taylor has 76 catches — 36 as a rookie, 40 last season — for 659 yards, an impressive average of 8.7 yards per reception that is actually higher than pass-catching back Nyheim Hines’ personal-best for a single season, 7.8. Joel A. Erickson, The Indianapolis Star, 11 May 2022 See More

Word History

Etymology

Adjective

Middle English, from Anglo-French personel, from Late Latin personalis, from Latin persona

First Known Use

Adjective

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Noun

1860, in the meaning defined at sense 1

Time Traveler
The first known use of personal was in the 14th century
IELTS BNC: 574 COCA: 580
personal

adjective

VERBS | ADVERB VERBSbe, feel, seem, sound屬於/覺得是/似乎是/聽起來像個人事務It felt too personal to tell you.此事完全屬於私事,不能告訴你。become, get變得針對個人Am I getting too personal with them?我對他們是不是太過冒犯了?make sth使⋯成為個人的事Then he made it rather personal and pulled my family into it.然後他把它變成相當個人的事,把我的家人也拉了進去。ADVERBdeeply, intensely極其私人化;完全是私人的purely, strictly純粹個人的;絕對私人的The views expressed here are purely personal.這裏表達的觀點純粹是個人的看法。This is a strictly personal decision.這完全是一個私人決定。uniquely獨特且個人的The movie is a uniquely personal exploration of the effects of war.這部電影是個人對戰爭影響進行的獨一無二的探索。extremely, highly, very極其隱私的;很私人的highly personal information非常私人的信息rather相當私人的
IELTS BNC: 574 COCA: 580
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0_0: Translations of personal
  • # a.
    本人: personal
    個人: individual, personal
    人身: personal
    私: personal, private, secret, selfish, smuggled
    私人: personal, private
    自身: personal
    自用: opinionated, personal

0_0: Definitions of personal
  • # adjective.
    - of, affecting, or belonging to a particular person rather than to anyone else.
    * her personal fortune was recently estimated at $37 million
    - of or concerning one's private life, relationships, and emotions rather than matters connected with one's public or professional career.
    * the book describes his acting career and gives little information about his personal life
    - relating to a person's body.
    * personal hygiene
    - of or denoting one of the three persons.
    * None
    - existing as a self-aware entity, not as an abstraction or an impersonal force.
    * he rejected the notion of a personal God

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