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personality /ˌpɜːsəˈnæləti, ˌpɜːsəˈnælɪti $ ˌpɜːr-/ noun (plural personalities)


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personality
[noun]
Synonyms:
- nature, character, disposition, identity, individuality, make-up, temperament
- celebrity, famous name, household name, megastar (informal), notable, personage, star
English Thesaurus: star, celebrity, name, personality, planet, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

personality S3 W3 /ˌpɜːsəˈnæləti, ˌpɜːsəˈnælɪti $ ˌpɜːr-/ noun (plural personalities)
[Word Family: noun: person, personality, persona, personage, the personals, personification, personnel; adjective: personalimpersonal, personalized, personable; verb: personalize, personify; adverb: personallyimpersonally]

1. [uncountable and countable] someone’s character, especially the way they behave towards other people:
Despite their different personalities, they became the best of friends.
Unfortunately, the illness can lead to changes in personality.split personality

2. [countable] someone who is very famous and often appears in the newspapers, on television etc, especially an entertainer or sports person ⇒ celebrity
TV/radio/sports personality
one of the most well-liked TV personalities

3. [uncountable] the qualities of character that make someone interesting or enjoyable to be with:
He’s honest but he lacks personality.

4. [countable usually singular] someone who has a very strong character and is very different from other people:
He was a dynamic personality in the business world.

5. [countable usually singular] the qualities which make a place or thing different and interesting:
It’s partly the architecture which gives the town its personality.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

personality
noun
I. character
ADJ. bright, bubbly, extrovert, jovial, lively, outgoing, sparkling, vibrant, vivacious | attractive, charismatic, charming, engaging, lovely, magnetic, pleasant, warm | dominant, dynamic, forceful, formidable, powerful, striking, strong | vulnerable, weak | multiple, split He developed a split personality after the crash.
VERB + PERSONALITY be, have Barbara is/has a very forceful personality.
develop | express, reflect His choice of clothes reflects his personality.
suit The job didn't really suit my personality.
PERSONALITY + NOUN characteristic, trait | type | disorder, problem | development | change | test All candidates have to undergo a personality test.
clash
PHRASES an aspect of your personality For the first time she was seeing the more unpleasant aspects of her husband's personality.
a clash of personalities, the force/power/strength of your personality He has achieved success by the sheer strength of his personality.
impose/stamp your personality on sth She stamped her personality on the whole programme.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

personality
II. famous person
ADJ. leading, prominent, top, well-known | sports | media, radio, television/TV
PERSONALITY + NOUN cult the personality cult surrounding Stalin

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

personality

a strong personality
Mercer has a strong personality and always tells you his opinion.
a forceful personality
The architect’s forceful personality ensured that the work progressed rapidly.
a dominant personality (=controlling other people)
He had a dominant personality and could be a bit of a bully.
a warm personality (=friendly and kind to people)
Everyone who knew Roseanne will miss her warm personality.
an outgoing/extrovert personality (=liking to talk to people)
The job requires someone with an outgoing personality.
an engaging personality (=pleasant, so that people like you)
He is strikingly handsome with a very engaging personality.
a bubbly personality (=happy and eager to do things)
Her bright and bubbly personality made her one of the most popular girls in her year.
a lively/vivacious personality (=liking to meet and talk to people)
Her lively personality won her many admirers.
a charismatic personality (=strong and attractive, so that people admire and respect you)
Like many other people, I was attracted by his charismatic personality.
a personality trait formal (=a part of your personality)
She shares many of her mother’s personality traits.
a personality disorder (=a mental illness affecting someone’s personality)
The hospital treats patients with severe personality disorders.
a personality clash (=when people cannot work together because they are so different)
The band eventually split because of personality clashes.
a personality test
Employers are increasingly using personality tests to help them select staff.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

personality
noun
BAD: He is a man of strong personality who will fight for what is right.
GOOD: He is a man of strong character who will fight for what is right.

Usage Note:
When talking about a person's moral quality, use character (NOT personality ). Compare: 'For a career in sales, you need a forceful personality.' 'People of character and integrity never turn their backs on the truth.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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