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par·tial·ly

 (pär′shə-lē)
adv.
To a degree; not totally.
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Adv.1.partially - in part; in some degree; not wholly; "I felt partly to blame"; "He was partially paralyzed"

partially

adverb partly, somewhat, moderately, in part, halfway, piecemeal, not wholly, fractionally, incompletely, to a certain extent or degree He is deaf in one ear and partially blind. see partly
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partially

[ˈpɑːʃəlɪ] ADV
1. (= partly) → parcialmente, en parte
2. (= with bias) → con parcialidad

partially

[ˈpɑːrʃəli] adv (= partly) → en partie, partiellement
partially destroyed → partiellement détruit(e)
at least partially because she ... → au moins partiellement parce qu'elle ...
to be only partially successful → n'avoir qu'un succès partiel
Anti-smoking campaigns have only been partially successful → Les campagnes antitabac n'ont eu qu'un succès partiel. partially sighted, partially deafpartially deaf adj [person] → malentendant(e)
to leave sb partially deaf → laisser qn partiellement sourd
The accident had left him partially deaf → L'accident l'avait laissé partiellement sourd.partially sighted partially-sighted adj [person] → malvoyant(e)
to be partially sighted → être malvoyant(e)

partially

adv
(= not completely)zum Teil, teilweise; partially deafeingeschränkt hörfähig; partially clothedhalb angezogen, teilweise bekleidet; partially furnishedteilmöbliert
(= in part)zum Teil, teils; partially because …zum Teil deswegen, weil …; to be partially to blame for somethingmitschuldig an etw sein
(= with bias)parteiisch

partially

[ˈpɑːʃəlɪ] adv (partly) → parzialmente, in parte
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More and more as he thought of the matter, he thought also of David and his passionate self-love was partially forgotten.
They felt it might be a being partially benighted in the vale of ignorance, but it could not be one who would willingly devote his rich natural gifts to the purposes of wanton treachery.
He found this, partially, in praising, through Andrews, the young judge who had publicly rebuked him.
Phoebe, it must be understood, was that one little offshoot of the Pyncheon race to whom we have already referred, as a native of a rural part of New England, where the old fashions and feelings of relationship are still partially kept up.
The shadow of the curtain fell on Hester Prynne, and partially concealed her.
Beneath this atmospheric waving and curling, and partially beneath a thin layer of water, also, the whales were swimming.
Still rolling in his blood, at last he partially disclosed a strangely discolored bunch or protuberance, the size of a bushel, low down on the flank.
She might have been sixty, but was older than that by hard work and disease, was partially blind, and somewhat crippled with rheumatism.
He who gives himself entirely to his fellow men appears to them useless and selfish; but he who gives himself partially to them in pronounced a benefactor and philanthropist.
I cannot speak with certainty, because the two leading men were partially hidden from my sight by an intervening mass of rock, but it is my belief, from the movements of their shoulders, that Croz, having done as I said, was in the act of turning round to go down a step or two himself; at this moment Mr.
The damaged garment was removed and partially immersed in turpentine, while Rebecca graced the festal board clad in a blue calico wrapper of Mrs.
In the few minutes' conversation which she had yet had with him, while Harriet had been partially insensible, he had spoken of her terror, her naivete, her fervour as she seized and clung to his arm, with a sensibility amused and delighted; and just at last, after Harriet's own account had been given, he had expressed his indignation at the abominable folly of Miss Bickerton in the warmest terms.

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