Technically vs Litterally - What's the difference?

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(en adverb)
  • Based on precise facts.
  • Technically he was Canadian, but everyone assumed he was American.
  • Having the skills or talent required for a certain job or profession.
  • Although she is technically gifted, her piano playing lacks passion.
  • According to the current state of science.
  • For now, it is technically impossible to have a manned flight to Mercury.


    Not English

    Litterally has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

    English words similar to 'litterally':

    literally, laterally, laterality, literality