personality ( personalities plural )
1 n-var Your personality is your whole character and nature.
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She has such a kind, friendly personality..., Through sheer force of personality Hugh Trenchard had got his way..., The contest was as much about personalities as it was about politics.
2 n-var If someone has personality or is a personality, they have a strong and lively character.
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...a woman of great personality..., He is such a personality<endash>he is so funny.
3 n-count You can refer to a famous person, especially in entertainment, broadcasting, or sport, as a personality. ...the radio and television personality, Jimmy Saville.
split personality ( split personalities plural ) If you say that someone has a split personality, you mean that their moods can change so much that they seem to have two separate personalities. n-count
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