- 几乎,简直 very nearly; almost
- 实际地,实事求是地 in a practical manner
"practically the first thing I saw when I got off the train"
"he was practically the only guest at the party"
"there was practically no garden at all"
in a practical manner;
"practically orientated institutions such as business schools"
"a brilliant man but so practically inept that he needed help to cross the road safely"
(degree adverb used before a noun phrase) for all practical purposes but not completely;
"much the same thing happened every time"
"practically everything in Hinduism is the manifestation of a god"
- Bread was practically non-existent.
- Practically, the plan didn't work well.
- He is practically ruined.
- The town was practically deserted.
- The car has practically fallen apart.
- What I said made practically no impression on her.
- She's practically always late for school.
- The holidays are practically over; there's only one day left.
- He solved the problem very practically.
Such extremes of temperature are practically difficult to produce.出自： E. H. Hutten
'Why don't we make a list of things that have to be done?' she suggested practically.出自： Joan Smith
- practically, really, truly
- truly强调事物的真实性,表示事物是“真实的,正确的,有道理的”; really强调所述与事实相符,即“事实就是如此”; practically则指与事实相差无几,语气最弱。例如:
- This is a really〔truly〕 beautiful picture.这确实是一张很美的画。
- There was a truly beautiful view from the window.窗外景观确实美极了。
- He had practically finished his meal when I arrived.我到达时他差不多吃完饭了。
- I really don't like her.我可真不喜欢她。