Virtualy vs. Virtually: What's the Difference?
"Virtualy" is a misspelling. The correct spelling is "virtually," which means almost or nearly as described, but not completely or according to strict definition.
Which is correct: Virtualy or Virtually
How to spell Virtually?
Virtualy is Incorrect
Virtually is Correct
Recall "virtual" and just add "-ly" at the end.
Remember it has two 'l's like "really."
Associate it with "actual," both have double 'l's.
Think of "virtual reality" to remember the base word.
Link "virtually" with the word "virtue," emphasizing the "virtu" part.
Virtualy and Virtually Definitions
Virtualy is an incorrect spelling of Virtually.
Virtually signifies in essence or effect, though not in fact.
The project is virtually complete.
Virtually can indicate in the capacity of or as if in the role of.
He was virtually the leader even if not in title.
Virtually means nearly or almost, but not entirely.
It's virtually impossible to see at night without light.
Virtually means through electronic means on a computer or online.
We met virtually via a video call.
Virtually can also imply for all practical purposes.
The manuscript is virtually unchanged from the original.
In fact or to all purposes; practically
The city was virtually paralyzed by the transit strike.
Almost but not quite; nearly
"Virtually everyone gets a headache now and then" (People).
Almost but not quite.
In essence, but not in fact.
(algebra) Of a substructure of finite index.
(topology) Of a covering space of finite index.
By computer or in cyberspace
In a virtual manner; in efficacy or effect only, and not actually; to all intents and purposes; practically.
(intensifier before a figurative expression) without exaggeration;
Our eyes were literally pinned to TV during the Gulf war
In essence or effect but not in fact;
The strike virtually paralyzed the city
I'm virtually broke
(of actions or states) slightly short of or not quite accomplished; `near' is sometimes used informally for `nearly' and `most' is sometimes used informally for `almost';
The job is (just) about done
The baby was almost asleep when the alarm sounded
We're almost finished
The car all but ran her down
He nearly fainted
Talked for nigh onto 2 hours
The recording is well-nigh perfect
Virtually all the parties signed the contract
I was near exhausted by the run
Most everyone agrees
What is the pronunciation of Virtually?
It's pronounced as "VUR-chu-ally."
What is the verb form of Virtually?
"Virtually" is an adverb, so it doesn't have a verb form.
Why is it called Virtually?
It derives from "virtual," meaning "almost or near," with "-ly" indicating the manner of something.
What is the root word of Virtually?
The root word is "virtual."
What is the singular form of Virtually?
"Virtually" itself, as it's an adverb and doesn't have singular/plural forms.
What is the plural form of Virtually?
Not applicable; "virtually" is an adverb.
Which preposition is used with Virtually?
"Virtually" can be followed by various prepositions based on context, like "virtually in" or "virtually on."
Which conjunction is used with Virtually?
No specific conjunction is associated with "virtually."
Which article is used with Virtually?
Articles like "a" or "the" are not typically used directly before "virtually."
Is Virtually an abstract noun?
No, it's an adverb.
Which vowel is used before Virtually?
"A" as in "a virtually perfect score."
Is Virtually a noun or adjective?
Neither; "virtually" is an adverb.
What part of speech is Virtually?
"Virtually" is an adverb.
What is another term for Virtually?
"Nearly" or "almost."
Which determiner is used with Virtually?
"Every" as in "every virtually crafted item."
What is the second form of Virtually?
Not applicable as "virtually" is an adverb.
Is Virtually a negative or positive word?
Neutral, but context can alter its connotation.
Is Virtually a vowel or consonant?
"Virtually" is a word containing both vowels and consonants.
Is Virtually a countable noun?
"Virtually" is not a noun.
How many syllables are in Virtually?
How is Virtually used in a sentence?
"The two products are virtually identical in design."
Is Virtually an adverb?
Yes, "virtually" is an adverb.
Is Virtually a collective noun?
No, "virtually" is an adverb.
Is the Virtually term a metaphor?
No, but it can be used in metaphorical contexts.
How do we divide Virtually into syllables?
What is the opposite of Virtually?
"Absolutely" or "completely."
Is the word Virtually imperative?
No, "virtually" is not imperative.
What is a stressed syllable in Virtually?
The first syllable, "Vir."
What is the first form of Virtually?
"Virtually" as it is an adverb.
What is the third form of Virtually?
Not applicable as "virtually" is an adverb.
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