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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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He is concerned that Nicola Sturgeon achieved six fewer seats than he did in 2011 with a fractionally highly vote share - 47 against 45 per cent - and lost her majority.
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Employment slightly deteriorated at the Lebanese companies after four months of increases, and labor costs also fell fractionally in December, slightly relieving the cost pressures off the companies," BLOM said, adding that selling prices continued to decline for the sixth month at a moderate pace to encourage faltering sales.
Extra space is certainly a feature of the Fabia - even though it is fractionally shorter than the current version, its interior length has increased and elbow room is improved.
At the end of last year the country appeared to be emerging from recession, growing fractionally in the last three months.
The index, compiled by HSBC Holdings and Markit Economics - a composite indicator of the performance of the non-oil private sector - signaled a further solid improvement in operating conditions in the UAE non-oil producing private sector, with the headline index inching down fractionally from September's 56.
Though fractionally lower than its predecessor, the newcomer is both longer and wider than before, and boasts a larger boot too.