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frac·tion·al

 (frăk′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or constituting a fraction.
2. Very small; insignificant: a minor candidate's fractional share of the vote.
3. Being in fractions or pieces.
4. Separated by fractionation; fractionated.

frac′tion·al·ly adv.
Translations

fractionally

[ˈfrækʃnəlɪ] ADVmínimamente

fractionally

[ˈfrækʃənəli] adv (= very slightly) → très légèrement
fractionally smaller → un poil plus petit

fractionally

adv less, slowergeringfügig; aheadum eine Nasenlänge; behindknapp; rise, dropum einen Bruchteil; the dollar has dropped fractionally or is fractionally downder Dollarkurs ist geringfügig gefallen

fractionally

[ˈfrækʃnəlɪ] advun tantino, minimamente
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For the most polluting cars in band M there's only an extra pounds 25 penalty so the owner of a Porsche Cayenne Turbo with 358 g/km of CO2 will pay only fractionally more than a band L Renault Espace 2.
The clock faces are the largest in Britain (being just fractionally bigger than those of Big Ben) and the Royal Liver board celebrated this fact prior to installation by sitting around one for a ceremonial dinner laid on it.
The pampered millionaires who can't win at home and are just fractionally better by league position than Sunderland - a team full of household names like Noseworthy, Whitehead, Lawrence, Gray - have needed a blast.
It means the Impreza WRX STi Type-UK sees its power rise fractionally to 305bhp but torque increase significantly from 253lb ft to 299lb ft resulting in a 0-60 mph time of 4.
I stayed off puds, giving self-satisfaction and a fractionally smaller tummy.
73 billion in September, up just fractionally from its August level but nearly $1 billion higher than the September deficit with Japan, which was down marginally from a month earlier.
While trading on the VSE was up over last year, its share of volume and value of shares traded on all Canadian exchanges slipped fractionally to 28 percent and 4 percent, respectively.
About the size of a deck of playing cards, the SD900 Digital ELPH camera measures fractionally more than an inch thick with its 3X (37-111mm equivalent) optical zoom lens retracted safely into the case; a mere 2.
The Giants, who started as six-point underdogs at the Galpharm, move up to third while Leeds remain adrift in seventh, though they have been eased only fractionally, from 11-8 to 7-4, for the regularseason title.
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And although,overall, the airline carried fractionally more passengers last month than in May 2002,BA warned there was ``considerable volatility in booking levels''.
One such stock, that of General Motors, was down fractionally Wednesday, while consumer goods companies, which suffer less in a weak economy, did well.