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personal /ˈpɜːsənəl $ ˈpɜːr-/ adjective


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

personal
[adjective]
Synonyms:
- private, exclusive, individual, intimate, own, particular, peculiar, special
- offensive, derogatory, disparaging, insulting, nasty
Contrasted words: general, universal, common, joint, mutual, shared, commonplace, everyday, ordinary
Related Words: particular, peculiar, special
English Thesaurus: private, personal, secret, intimate, innermost, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

personal S1 W1 /ˈpɜːsənəl $ ˈpɜːr-/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: person, personality, persona, personage, the personals, personification, personnel; adjective: personalimpersonal, personalized, personable; verb: personalize, personify; adverb: personallyimpersonally]

1. [only before noun] belonging or relating to one particular person, rather than to other people or to people in general:
My personal view is that we shouldn’t offer him the job.
Style and colour are a matter of personal taste.
She took full personal responsibility for all the arrangements.
When I went to her room all her personal belongings had gone.
After Alan’s death, his mother received his personal effects.
I know from personal experience that you can’t trust Ralph.
the personal qualities needed to be successful in business
The car is for personal use only.
On a personal level he felt sympathy for them, but he had a job to do.
celebrities with their own personal trainer

2. relating to the private areas of your life:
I don’t answer questions about my personal life.
May I ask you a personal question?
the records will include other personal details such as nationality, date of birth and address
He’s got a few personal problems at the moment.
The envelope was marked ‘Personal and Confidential’.
We’re not allowed to make personal phone calls at work.

3. involving rude or upsetting criticism of someone:
It’s unprofessional to make such personal remarks.
a bitter personal attack on the president
There’s no need to get personal!
(it’s) nothing personal (=used to tell someone that you are not criticizing them)
It’s nothing personal, I just have to go home now.

4. if you give something your personal care or attention, you deal with it yourself instead of asking someone else to do it:
Small companies can devote more personal attention to each project.
As you get promoted in a firm you lose that personal contact (=meeting and dealing with people yourself).

5. personal friend someone who you know well, especially a famous or important person
personal friend of
Apparently the director is a personal friend of hers.

6. [only before noun] relating to your body or the way you look:
Grant was always fussy about his personal appearance.
the importance of personal hygiene

7. personal touch something you do to make something special, or that makes someone feel special:
It’s those extra personal touches that make our service better.

8. personal best the fastest time, most points etc that a sportsman or sportswoman has ever achieved:
I ran 20.51 seconds for a personal best.

9. personal development improvements in your character and skills

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

personal
adj.
VERBS be
ADV. extremely, highly, very highly personal information
rather

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

personal

sb’s personal view/opinion
My personal opinion is that the project was started too soon.
sb’s personal possessions/belongings/property
All personal belongings should be clearly marked with the owner’s name.
sb’s personal effects (formal) (=small possessions, clothing etc)
After his suicide, his mother received his personal effects.
personal taste/preference
What you plant in your garden is ultimately a matter of personal preference.
personal qualities
They stress the importance of a teacher’s personal qualities.
personal experience
I have had personal experience of unemployment.
a personal relationship
It’s important to establish a good personal relationship with the voters.
a personal interest in something
He took a personal interest in the case.
for (your) personal use
He bought a computer for his personal use.
on a personal level (=used when giving your own opinion rather than the opinion of the organization you represent)
On a personal level, it’s been a very positive experience.
sb’s personal life
I’ve got to maintain a balance between my personal life and my work.
personal details
Fill in your personal details.
personal problems
Counselors can give assistance to students with personal problems.
a personal question
That’s a rather personal question.
a personal call
Are you sure your boss doesn’t mind your using the telephone for personal calls?
for personal reasons
The company’s chief executive has resigned for personal reasons.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

personal
adjective
BAD: The meals can be improved if the canteen personal agree to cooperate.
GOOD: The meals can be improved if the canteen personnel agree to cooperate.

Usage Note:
See note at PERSONNEL (personnel)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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