What is the difference between totally agree and completely agree? In other words, what is the difference in meaning between totally and completely in such combinations in conversations?

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    Synonymous to me. Sometimes one simply looks at the surrounding context and decides which sounds or reads best, or best fits the style of the piece. – Pieter Geerkens Sep 2 '13 at 23:04

They mean the same thing, along with "fully agree" or "entirely agree". Either means agreement to the maximum possible and without any element of disagreement. "Totally" has picked up a connotation of sounding a bit ditzy but that seems to be on the decline. Otherwise, use whichever sounds better in context.

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