From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot particularlynot particularlya)NOTnot veryI’m not particularly impressed with their performance.b)spokenNOT not very much‘Do you want to come to the party?’ ‘Not particularly.’ →particularly
Examples from the Corpus
not particularly• "You don't like cats very much, do you?" "No, not particularly."• I didn't particularly want to go out.• Birmingham isn't a particularlybeautiful city.• The climate, in most cases, is not particularlyconducive to individualcreativity.• With this rap on your head, you were not particularlyeager to meet the boss.• It was a good film, not particularlyexciting, but enjoyable.• When I was a kid, I was not particularly good in school.• Unfortunately the news at the moment is not particularly good.• True, they were not particularly large, but they were keeping their shape well.• So that leads me to think that these sorts of events are not particularlyuncommon.• The questions were not particularly well answered.• Jon isn't particularlyworried about money.• Other writers will make different choices, and that in itself does not particularly worry me.