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par·tic·u·lar·ly

 (pər-tĭk′yə-lər-lē, pə-tĭk′-)
adv.
1. To a great degree; especially: I particularly like the brown shoes.
2. With particular reference or emphasis; individually or specifically: "Everyone has a moment in history which belongs particularly to him" (John Knowles).
3. With regard to particulars; in detail.

particularly

(pəˈtɪkjʊləlɪ)
adv
1. very much; exceptionally: I wasn't particularly successful.
2. in particular; specifically: pensioners, particularly the less well-off.

par•tic•u•lar•ly

(pərˈtɪk yə lər li, pəˈtɪk-)

adv.
1. to an exceptional degree; especially.
2. specifically; individually.
3. in detail.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.particularly - to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common; "he was particularly fussy about spelling"; "a particularly gruesome attack"; "under peculiarly tragic circumstances"; "an especially (or specially) cautious approach to the danger"
2.particularly - specifically or especially distinguished from others; "loves Bach, particularly his partitas"; "recommended one book in particular"; "trace major population movements for the Pueblo groups in particular"
3.particularly - uniquely or characteristically; "these peculiarly cinematic elements"; "a peculiarly French phenomenon"; "everyone has a moment in history which belongs particularly to him"- John Knowles

particularly

adverb
1. specifically, expressly, explicitly, especially, in particular, distinctly I particularly asked for a seat by the window.
2. especially, surprisingly, notably, unusually, exceptionally, decidedly, markedly, peculiarly, singularly, outstandingly, uncommonly The number of fatal road accidents has been particularly high.
Translations
خُصُوصاًخُصوصا، على وَجْه الخُصوص
obzvlášťzvlášť
særligt
erityisesti
osobito
sérstaklega
特に
특히
posebno
i synnerhet
โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่ง
đặc biệt là

particularly

[pəˈtɪkjʊləlɪ] ADV
1. (= especially) → especialmente
in many countries, particularly Franceen muchos países, especialmente or particularmente en Francia
he particularly dislikes quiz showssiente especial aversión por los concursos televisivos
he was not particularly pleasedno se puso loco de contento que digamos
"do you want to see it?" - "not particularly"-¿quieres verlo? -no especialmente
2. (= specifically) do you want it particularly for tomorrow?¿lo necesitas expresamente or precisamente para mañana?

particularly

[pərˈtɪkjʊlərli] advparticulièrement

particularly

advbesonders, vor allem; everybody, but particularly Smithalle, aber vor allem or ganz besonders Smith; he said most particularly not to do iter hat ausdrücklich gesagt, dass man das nicht tun soll; do you want it particularly for tomorrow?brauchen Sie es unbedingt morgen?; we are particularly pleased to have with us today …wir freuen uns besonders, heute … bei uns zu haben; he was not particularly pleaseder war nicht besonders erfreut; not particularlynicht besonders; it’s important, particularly since time is getting shortes ist wichtig, zumal die Zeit knapp wird

particularly

[pəˈtɪkjʊləlɪ] adv (especially) → particolarmente
I particularly wanted it for tomorrow → lo volevo proprio per domani
particularly since ... → soprattutto perché...

particular

(pəˈtikjulə) adjective
1. of a single definite person, thing etc thought of separately from all others. this particular man/problem.
2. more than ordinary. Please take particular care of this letter.
3. difficult to please. He is very particular about his food.
parˈticularly adverb
more than usually. He was particularly pleased to see his brother.
parˈticulars noun plural
facts or details. You must give them all the particulars about the accident.
in particular
more than others. I liked this book in particular.

particularly

خُصُوصاً zvlášť særligt besonders ειδικά particularmente erityisesti particulièrement osobito particolarmente 特に 특히 in het bijzonder spesielt szczególnie em particular особенно i synnerhet โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่ง özellikle đặc biệt là 尤其
References in classic literature ?
Upon the whole, as a community between man and man so entire as to include everything possible, and thus to have all things that man can possess in common, is very difficult, so is it particularly so with respect to property; and this is evident from that community which takes place between those who go out to settle a colony; for they frequently have disputes with each other upon the most common occasions, and come to blows upon trifles: we find, too, that we oftenest correct those slaves who are generally employed in the common offices of the family: a community of property then has these and other inconveniences attending it.
The thought that he might, and very probably would, die that night occurred to him, but did not seem particularly unpleasant or dreadful.
Equally natural it is that they should have particularly selected various phases of the tale of Troy which preceded or followed the action of the "Iliad" or "Odyssey".
Othenwise, being a particularly Angular man, I should not have intruded here.
He set forth, in a long speech, the many iniquities of which Jones had been guilty, particularly those which this day had brought to light; and concluded by telling him, "That unless he could clear himself of the charge, he was resolved to banish him his sight for ever.
We see it particularly displayed in all the subordinate distributions of power, where the constant aim is to divide and arrange the several offices in such a manner as that each may be a check on the other -- that the private interest of every individual may be a sentinel over the public rights.
Dreams were particularly sweet and vivid after a spell of dissipation; they came with remorse and with tears, with curses and transports.
Stepan Arkadyevitch, always charming, understanding everything at the slightest reference, was particularly charming on this visit, and Levin noticed in him a special tenderness, as it were, and a new tone of respect that flattered him.
He more particularly addressed himself to a File, and asked of him the favor of a meal.
His appearance however was not unpleasing, in spite of his being in the opinion of Marianne and Margaret an absolute old bachelor, for he was on the wrong side of five and thirty; but though his face was not handsome, his countenance was sensible, and his address was particularly gentlemanlike.
Within a short walk of Longbourn lived a family with whom the Bennets were particularly intimate.
Prince Andrew blushed, as he often did now- Natasha particularly liked it in him- and said that his son would not live with them.