The literally of the meaning is ----- when we attain the high stage in some field; we would feel col

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The literally of the meaning is ----- when we attain the high stage in some field; we would feel colder, more lonely and cheerless!

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The literally of this meaning is ----- when we attain the high stage in some field; we would feel colder, more lonely and cheerless!
asked Feb 25 '13 at 00:31 Wong New member

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I'm not sure what your question is, Wong.  You have repeated the same sentence three times.  For the most part, I am not quite sure what your sentence is trying to say.

 

The "literally of the meaning" is not a correct phrase.  You may write "the literal meaning" if you are going to follow with an actual definition.  You may also say "this literally means" and continue the sentence with the actual definition. 

 

The opposite of a literal meaning is a figurative meaning.  Somewhere in between those two, you might say, "This effectively means" when you are paraphrasing someone or perhaps putting it into layman's terms. 

link comment answered Feb 25 '13 at 00:57 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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