literally now means figuratively. Congrats, morons. via
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Wow, words grow and change according to their usage in the actual language. Here, have a whole list of other words that have two opposite meanings too!
dust: 1 to remove dust. 2 to cover with dust.
hysterical: 1 frightened and out of control. 2 funny.
nervy: 1 showing nerve or courage. 2 excitable and volatile.
moot: 1 debatable. 2 not worth debating.
fast: 1 moving quickly. 2 solid and unable to move.
seed: 1 to sow seeds. 2 to remove seeds.
weather: 1 to withstand a storm. 2 to wear away.
screen: 1 to show, e.g. a film. 2 to hide something.
bound: 1 fastened to a spot. 2 heading for somewhere.
sanction: 1 to approve something. 2 to boycott something.
apology: 1 an expression of regret for something. 2 a defense or justification of something.
strike: 1 to hit. 2 to miss (in baseball).