- 特别,尤其 especially; in a way that is special and different from others
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"
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"
uniquely or characteristically;
"these peculiarly cinematic elements"
"a peculiarly French phenomenon"
"everyone has a moment in history which belongs particularly to him"
- He isn't particularly smart.
- The instrumentation is particularly fine.
- The house itself is not particularly to my mind, but I like its environment.
- Regional policy has become a hot political issue, particularly in the past decade.
- I cannot go into it particularly now.
- He isn't particularly clever.
- I particularly mentioned that point.
- He made a long and thorough examination, particularly of the eyes.
- The teacher mentioned his homework particularly.
The CND leadership particularly condemned those actions which had a disruptive..flavour.出自： N. Young
- specially着重为做某事而“专门地、特意地”，相当于on purpose。
- especially较多地用于正式文体，侧重超过其它全部，突出到“特别地”的程度，相当于in particular。