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e·mo·tion·al

 (ĭ-mō′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to emotion: an emotional illness; emotional crises.
2. Readily affected with or stirred by emotion: an emotional person who often weeps.
3. Arousing or intended to arouse the emotions: an emotional appeal.
4. Marked by or exhibiting emotion: an emotional farewell.

e·mo′tion·al′i·ty (-shə-năl′ĭ-tē) n.
e·mo′tion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.emotionally - in an emotional manner; "at the funeral he spoke emotionally"
unemotionally - in an unemotional manner; "the defendant stared unemotionally at the victim's family"
2.emotionally - with regard to emotions; "emotionally secure"
Translations
عاطِفِيّا
følelsesmæssigtfølsomt
émotionnellement
emocionálisan
á tilfinningaríkan hátt
emocionálne
duygusal bakımdan

emotionally

[ɪˈməʊʃnəlɪ] ADV
1. (= mentally) [mature, unstable] → emocionalmente
emotionally I was a wreckemocionalmente or desde el punto de vista emocional estaba destrozado
to remain emotionally detachedno involucrarse emocionalmente
to be emotionally drainedestar agotado emocionalmente
see also deprived
2. (= with emotion) [speak, appeal] → emotivamente, de forma conmovedora; [respond] → emotivamente
an emotionally charged atmosphereuna atmósfera cargada de emotividad
an emotionally worded articleun artículo redactado con mucha emotividad
3. (= sentimentally) they became emotionally involvedentablaron una relación sentimental

emotionally

[ɪˈməʊʃənəli] adv
(with emotion) [behave] → de façon émotive; [speak] → avec émotion
emotionally charged → intense
(= psychologically) [be involved] → affectivement
emotionally disturbed → qui souffre de troubles affectifs

emotionally

adv
(= psychologically)seelisch; (= from an emotional point of view) involvedgefühlsmäßig; I don’t want to get emotionally involved (with her)ich will mich (bei ihr) nicht ernsthaft engagieren; emotionally disturbedseelisch gestört; an emotionally deprived childein Kind ohne Nestwärme; emotionally I was a wreckich war ein seelisches Wrack; physically and emotionallykörperlich und seelisch
(= emotively, in an emotional manner)emotional; emotionally charged (atmosphere, debate)spannungsgeladen

emotionally

[ɪˈməʊʃnlɪ] adv (behave, be involved) → sentimentalmente; (speak) → con emozione
to be emotionally deprived → soffrire di carenze affettive
to be emotionally disturbed → avere turbe emotive

emotion

(iˈməuʃən) noun
1. a (strong) feeling of any kind. Fear, joy, anger, love, jealousy are all emotions.
2. the moving or upsetting of the mind or feelings. He was overcome by/with emotion.
eˈmotional adjective
1. of the emotions. Emotional problems are affecting her work.
2. (negative unemotional) causing or showing emotion. an emotional farewell.
3. (negative unemotional) (of a person) easily affected by joy, anger, grief etc. She is a very emotional person; She is very emotional.
eˈmotionally adverb
References in classic literature ?
I sat down again; sat for a time in a kind of stagnant mood, so weary, emotionally, mentally, and physically, that I could not think beyond the point at which he had left me.
This information was given to me not emotionally but as it were officially.
They were both young, and they were talking of the time when they lived and loved together at Talbothays Dairy, that happy green tract of land where summer had been liberal in her gifts; in substance to all, emotionally to these.
He entered upon each system with a little thrill of excitement, expecting to find in each some guide by which he could rule his conduct; he felt himself like a traveller in unknown countries and as he pushed forward the enterprise fascinated him; he read emotionally, as other men read pure literature, and his heart leaped as he discovered in noble words what himself had obscurely felt.
Maybe I don't know what God looks like, but take it from me I've seen a tintype of the devil," Mary gurgled, emotionally fluttering back and forth between laughter and tears.
You will know the friend of your family better, Tootleums,' says Mr Veneering, nodding emotionally at that new article, 'when you begin to take notice.
Synopsis: Nontraditional graduates -- individuals graduating college at age 25 or older -- are less likely to be emotionally attached to their college or university than traditional graduates, who complete college between the ages of 18 and 24.
Emotionally charged from beginning to end with a sparse plot, this poem is very different from Shakespeare's better known tragic plays.
JAMES Anderson may not welcome his prescribed rest period during the upcoming one-day internationals, but the England seamer admits he needs time to ease the "aches and pains" of a physically, and emotionally, demanding Ashes campaign.
There are not many five-Test series any more and with a couple of back-to-back Tests in there as well you feel the aches and pains and it takes a lot out of you emotionally.
We've discovered that we see things that are emotionally arousing with greater clarity than those that are more mundane," the Daily Mail quoted Lead author Rebecca Todd as saying.
We've discovered that we see things that are emotionally arousing with greater clarity than those that are more mundane," says Rebecca Todd, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto's Department of Psychology and lead author of the study published recently in the Journal of Neuroscience.