1. In a critical manner; with, or in terms of, criticism.
    a critically applauded film
    I looked critically at the frayed carpet of the hotel room.
  2. With close discernment; accurately; exactly.
    • Critically to discern good writers from bad.
  3. At a crisis or critical time; in a situation, place, or condition of decisive consequence.
    a fortification critically situated
    • Coming critically the night before the session.
Antonyms Translations
  • Russian: крити́чно
  • Spanish: críticamente

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