What does personal reading mean
Part of speech: adjectiveIncreases:
- positive personally, Comparative more personal, Superlative most personal
- personal, comparative: personal | li | cher, superlative: most personal | most
- IPA: [pɛʁˈzøːnlɪç]
- 1) mostly attributive: coming from a person (directly)
- 2) mostly as an adverb, attributive, no increase: in person
- 3) only for oneself, not intended for strangers
- 4) mostly attributive: denoting a distinctive trait of someone
- 5) mostly attributive; often related to criticism: related to someone directly, and not to a thing or content
- Derivation from the noun person with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ly
- 1) own
- 2) by hand, by yourself, by yourself
- 3) intimate, confidential
- 4) characteristic, individual
- 1) impersonal
- 3) public
- 1) I have one personal Received an invitation from the director.
- 1) “The personal It was objects that ultimately gave the archaeologists the decisive clues as to the origin of the attackers. "
- 2) I'll get him personally punish.
- 2) You can personally come round?
- 2) “The most important rule for Wikipedia authors is: Don't write articles about people or things that matter to you personally affect."
- 3) Please leave us alone. Our conversation is personally.
- 3) They introduced me to a few more personal Ask.
- 4) With Bertolds more personal Art not everyone gets along.
- 4) “For who like civil virtues personal The writer Peter Schneider recently noted that he considers responsibility and moral courage to be extreme achievements that one could only expect from high-performance democrats, who shows that he does not want to be judged by this bar. "
- 5) You shouldn't in your professional life personally become.
- 5) When someone does everything the same personally you can hardly work constructively with him.
- 5) “In the times of Goethe and Humboldt, the value of the travel reports presented lay in the originality of the personally experienced, portrayed and interpreted landscape. "
- 5) with verb: something personallytake something is personallymeant, personally become
- Personality; personally
- English: 1) staff; personally; 2) in person
- Finnish: henkilökohtainen
- French: personnel
- Interlingua: 1) personalmente
- Italian: 1) personal, personalmente
- Catalan: 1) personal, personalment
- Portuguese: 1) pessoal, pessoalmente, em pessoa
- Swedish: personal
- Spanish: 1) staff; personalmente; 2) en persona
- Czech: osobní / osobně
- Hungarian: személyes; 2) személyesen; 3) magánjellegű; 4) egyéni
Similar words (German):conciliatory
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Labor Minister Laumann came personally to the Bergische to find out more.“
Kölnische Rundschau, February 4th, 2019
„Cult musicians sold on Friday in the Wandelhalle personally Cards.“
Mopo, December 06, 2018
„The Chancellor says so in an interview personally how rare. She talks about the right choice of clothes as a woman in politics, the inequality between the sexes and the anger towards her in the East personally.“
Welt.de, January 23, 2019
„The Chemnitz SPD member of the Bundestag Detlef Müller was apparently personally Eyewitness of the 'hunt' in Chemnitz.“
Epoch Times, September 7, 2018
„Peter Urdl was happy about Arnold Schwarzenegger on Saturday personally in Thal near Graz.“
Kleine Zeitung, September 15, 2018
„Heard and Depp were both back personally in court.“
Kölnische Rundschau, July 20, 2020
„You don't have to in 2020 personally fly to Washington.“
TrendingTopics.at, July 29, 2020
„Three women describe their stay in the USA personally advanced.“
nachricht.at, December 21, 2019
„The parents of future fifth graders can again personally come by: At the grammar school and the IGS in Isernhagen-Altwarmbüchen are now also personal Registrations possible. However, if you want to notice this, you have to hurry.“
Hannoversche Allgemeine, June 3rd, 2020
„Especially at the start of the year, it pays to think about how to get yourself personally want to develop further - and who can help. What do online coaches do and how important is it personal Conversation?“
w & v, January 07, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Grammar / Declinations
Inflection Personal - The declension of the adjective personal
|Masculine||the personal one||of personal||the personal||the personal|
|Feminine||the personal||the personal||the personal||the personal|
|neuter||the personal||of personal||the personal||the personal|
|Plural||the personal||the personal||the personal||the personal|
|Masculine||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one|
|Feminine||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one|
|neuter||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one||a personal one|
|Feminine||personal||more personal||more personal||personal|
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- one's own (one's own, one's own) (go.)
- intimate: familiar, closely connected, inwardly, inwardly; sexual, sexual or genital
- not intended for the public
- not public
- private (main form): Concerning a single person, as opposed to general areas of society (such as corporations, parties or states); familiar, internal and not public
- confidential: intended for a restricted group of recipients; not intended for strangers
- one-sided: biased in position, opinion or course of action; no increase coming from one direction
- not objective
- partisan: set unilaterally for a person or group
- subjective: determined by personal feelings, opinions or prejudices; influenced, irrelevant; in relation to the perspective of a subject
- unbalanced: imbalanced; lacking balance between two or more things, aspects
- unobjective: deviating from the purely factual, influenced by feelings
- face to face
- in a personal conversation
- in direct confrontation
- in personal dispute
- not on the phone
- not by phone
- face to face
Another word (synonym) for personal - source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "personal":
Life: ... 1) the epitome of everything organic, based on metabolism, reproduction and growth 2) personal career, beginning with birth and ending with death, short for life path 3) ...
person: ... passenger car, number of people, passenger train, personification, personalize, personification, personal, personality, personality-conscious ...
two:… 1) dva; 3) dvojročný Slovenian: 1) dve Sorbian (low): 1) personal: dwa (male), dwě (female) / (neuter), dwóje; 2) ...
six:… 1) be Slovak: šesť Slovenian: 1) šest Sorbian (low): 1) personal: šesćo (male); šesć Sorbian (upper): 1) ...
three:… 1) tri Slovak: 1) tri Slovenian: 1) tri Sorbian (lower): 1) personal: tśo (male), tśi Sorbian (upper): 1) tři; 2) ...
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personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che Grammatical features: nominative singular ...
personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | chem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
personal (German) Part of speech: declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | chen Grammatical features: genitive singular ...
more personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | cher Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che | re Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che | rem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che | ren Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
more personal (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che | rer Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
more personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | che | res Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | li | ches Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
personal pronoun (German) part of speech: noun, (neuter), part of speech: word combination, adjectival declination syllable separation: ...
most personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: personal | lichs | te Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: ...
most personal (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: per | sön | lichs | tem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
most personal (German) Part of speech: declined form Hyphenation: personal | most pronounced pronunciation / stress: IPA: ...
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