Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Personal"

The meaning of "Personal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a personal slight mean?
A: A slight is an offense. Billy took it as a personal offense. He was personally offended. He felt that Nelson was offending or attacking him. So, he retaliated, or got revenge, by throwing dirt.
Q: What does "Would you ever consider using the personals to find a date?" mean?
A: Would you ever consider putting a personal ad in the paper to find someone to date?
Q: What does personal mean?
A: something that is very secretive or sensitive to the person and normally would not share
Q: What does less personal mean?
A: It means that some think that telephone and email communication do not allow others to make meaningful relationships.

We think that relationships are created by asking questions about a person's life (personal questions) and interacting.

"Can I ask you a personal question?"
"Can I ask you a question about your life?"

Less personal would imply a disconnect between the two people that they cannot relate on a personal level.

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Example sentences using "Personal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with personal.
A: "I am a personal assistant"
"This is my personal property."
"That is personal information"

Synonyms of "Personal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between personal and private ?
A: they can get mixed up, but strictly speaking personal refers to things relating to you (for example, you can talk about your personal life vs. your work life) and private refers to things you wouldn't share. Your personal life can stay private or public, so the words are not exactly interchangeable
Q: What is the difference between personal and personnel ?
A: Personal is an adjective and means something close or private to you. For example, if you say “can I ask you a personal question?” you are asking for more private or sensitive information.

Personnel is a noun and means a group of people that are employed and work for some organization or company.
Q: What is the difference between personal and individual ?
A: They’re the same thing, individual is usually used when you are talking about someone else, but you can still use it when talking about yourself. Personal usually means you in particular.
Examples:

This is my personal opinion.

Is that your individual cubical?
Q: What is the difference between personal and own and private ?
A: personal means for personal use, no one could borrow like a toothbrush.

It also could be a secret, only you could now, except if you tell anyone.

own means your properties and things that belong to you like your bag, bed and pens.

private means it is not for public, it is not for everyone but only for a limited person, and your personal things like your toothbrush is for your private use only.
Q: What is the difference between personal and personnel ?
A: personal = relating to a person, private

personnel = individuals used in one group or multiple groups for a certain task, staff

Translations of "Personal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? descripción personal
A: Personal description
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “getting personal teacher”
A: I changed it to "Getting A personal teacher" as long as it is 1 you need the "a".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? superación personal
A: Creo que lo significa self-improvement, o personal development.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? personal bilingüe
A: Personal is directly translated to "staff" in English, which means employees.
Bilingüe means bilingual.
Together they would be "bilingual staff."

Other questions about "Personal"

Q: Personal connections can make competition unfair. Personal connections such as school, hometown, or work ties can affect the result in competitions. For example, in South Korea's soccer match against Japan, Japanese referee covered the fault of Japanese team, because they have country ties. Of course there is the opposite side. A referee tries to be fair, but they sometimes takes side a particular team which they have personal connections to. Like this, persona relations can disturb fair competition. does this sound natural?
A: Personal connections can make competition unfair. Such connections include school, hometown, or even work-related ties which can affect the end result of competitions. For example, in South Korea's soccer match against Japan, the Japanese referee sided the Japanese team because they're from the same country, hence the country ties. A referee should be fair, however they sometimes side a particular team that they have personal connections with. Fair competition is thus not shown.
Q: Resume.
1) Personal details:
Name: Artem ______
Address: 52, Builder's Avenue, apt. 120, Penza, Russia
Telephone: mobile: 893741856__
Nationality: Russian
Date of birth: 2 December 1998
marital status: single
E mail: xxx3x_____@gmail.com
2) Objective: to seek a position of an ad designer
3) Work experience:
dates: 06.24.17
name of organization: "kraf sistematica"
position: lawn-stacker
main responsibilities: lay a lawn
4) Education:
dates: 2014 - to present
name and type of organization: College of architecture and construction
Qualification: gardening technician
5) professional skills:
Ability to work in the "corelDrow"
6) Special skills:
computer literacy
native language: Russian
foreign language: English (pre intermediate)
7) personal qualities:
creative, diligent, honest, optimistic and persuasive
8) interests:
painting, graffiti, photography
9) references:
available on request. does this sound natural?
A: In America. Potential employers are not allowed to ask date of birth, nationality, or marital status. Don’t put that on your resume.
The name of the software is corelDRAW.
Q: "It's personal between me and him" or "It's personal between he and I?"
A:
"It's personal between him and I"
Q: presentación personal does this sound natural?
A: Te entendí hasta donde dijiste: "I'm from Mendoza, Argentina".
Q: Personal pronouns are less frequently used in Japanese.
Japanese people don't often use personal pronouns. does this sound natural?
A: 完璧です。

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