• US /ˈlɪtərəli/
  • UK //
  • adv. 文字通りに; 文字通りに;
  • Can you literally die from embarrassment?
  • We literally fell down on the floor laughing

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  1. i hope you did 'cause there's literally honey all over my face.

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  1. People often confuse this word with [figuratively].
    -Dude, you [figuratively] died of embarassment, you illiterate dipshit.
  2. used to describe something that actually happens or exists. One of the most overused words in modern society. Not to be confused with [figuratively], as this is the complete opposite.
    Incorrect usage: A: It was literally raining cats and dogs. B: Really dipshit? How many scratches do you have? Correct usage: A: Dude, Justin Bieber literally has half a billion views on YouTube. B: Shit, really? Now I know the world is coming to an end
  3. a much misused adverb, often for emphasis
    "I literally died of embarrassment." "Really? How was reincarnation, you fucking illiterate dipshit?"
  4. Truthfully actual. Not figuratively. Used when not bullshitting or by fake cats pretending not to.
    "I literally sucked on those jugs!"
  5. literally, actually, really, seriously, not figuratively
    Person: i'm literally a polar bear
  6. A four syllable word used by monkeys to add emphasis and impress people. Monkeys who use the word don't understand what it means.
    Dude: If that monkey says literally one more time I'll stomp him. Chick: Literally? Dude: Well, no.
  7. Often used on Facebook by idiots. Adverb carrying the meaning of 'figuratively'. In real life means 'literally'.
    OMG my phone its literally blowin up wit texts rite now.
  8. A word my girlfriend and her friends use to pronunciate everything....literally
    Literally, you need to stop saying that word....Literally you have said that word one thousand times today. I am so sick of that word, literally!!.....
  9. Literally means actually or without exaggeration. Saying literally, you are describing something exactly how it happened, you are being literal.
    1. The mo ate the tuna and literally broke out into hives, seriously, my friend. 2. I literally pissed my pants laughing at that awesome joke.
  10. Who fucking knows anymore? First, it meant factual, and now it means fictional. What the fuck, internet... what the fuck?
    wrong-->"Oh my god, Jessica, your post literally scared me to death" right--> "I literally wrote this post at 3:04 A.M."