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Physically meaning in English

Meaning of Physically in English

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Physically

see synonyms of physically

Adverb

1. physically

in accord with physical laws

Example Sentences:
'it is physically impossible'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Physically

see synonyms of physically
adjective
1. 
of or relating to the body, as distinguished from the mind or spirit
2. 
of, relating to, or resembling material things or nature
the physical universe
3. 
involving or requiring bodily contact
rugby is a physical sport
4. 
of or concerned with matter and energy
5. 
of or relating to physics
6. 
perceptible to the senses; apparent
a physical manifestation
noun
7.  short for physical examination

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Physically

see synonyms of physically
adjective
1. 
of nature and all matter; natural; material
2. 
of natural science or natural philosophy
3. 
of or according to the laws of nature
4. 
of, or produced by the forces of, physics
5. 
a. 
of the body as opposed to the mind
physical exercise
b. 
preoccupied with bodily or sexual pleasures; carnal
c. 
of or marked by aggressive or rough play, activity, etc.
noun
6.  US
a general medical examination
: in full physical examination

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Physically

see synonyms of physically
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to the body. See Synonyms at bodily.
b. Having a physiological basis or origin: a physical craving for an addictive drug.
c. Involving sexual interest or activity: a physical attraction; physical intimacy.
2.
a. Involving or characterized by vigorous or forceful bodily activity: physical aggression; a fast and physical dance performance.
b. Slang Involving or characterized by violence: "A real cop would get physical" (TV Guide).
3. Of or relating to material things: a wall that formed a physical barrier; the physical environment.
4. Of or relating to matter and energy or the sciences dealing with them, especially physics.
n.
A physical examination.

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