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func·tion·al·ly

 (fŭngk′shə-nə-lē)
adv.
1. In a functional way: The old car was still functionally operable.
2. Practically; effectively: two computer programs that were functionally identical.
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Adv.1.functionally - with respect to function; "the two units are functionally interdependent"
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functionally

adv designedfunktionell; functionally efficientwirksam funktionierend; functionally, they are identical/incompatiblesie sind in ihrer Funktion identisch/in ihren Funktionen unvereinbar; he is functionally illiterateer kann nicht gut genug lesen und schreiben, um im täglichen Leben zurechtzukommen
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functionally

[ˈfʌŋkʃənlɪ] advdal punto di vista funzionale
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I have remarked in the first chapter--but a long catalogue of facts which cannot be here given would be necessary to show the truth of the remark--that the reproductive system is eminently susceptible to changes in the conditions of life; and to this system being functionally disturbed in the parents, I chiefly attribute the varying or plastic condition of the offspring.
Recently, Sheffield University researchers found that some 22% of 16 to 19 year olds in England were functionally innumerate, meaning that their numeracy levels were at or below an 11-year-old''s.
They cover fiber composites; nanoceramics and composites; testing, characterization, and microstructure-property relationships; functionally graded materials; ceramic processing; composites processing; and directional solidification and microwave processing.
The stool, which is made using Objet's a new functionally advanced material which is jetted as a composite material on the Objet Connex multi-material 3D printer, sits 48 cm off the ground, has similar high dimensional stability, thermal resistance, and toughness as ABS-grade engineering plastics, enabling it to repeatedly sustain the weight of a person.
Disposable Absorbent Article Having Side Panels With Structurally, Functionally And Visually Different Regions: No.
Multiscale, multifunctional and functionally graded materials; proceedings.
Both Steve Olson's art and Max Schaaf's functionally reconstructed riders were the main centerpieces of the grand opening block party of SLB, the epic emporium of Sal Barbier.
Kurt Nordlund, senior vp of Marketing for Seco Tools AB (Fagersta, Sweden), suggests that the resulting change is "almost as big as going from uncoated to coated tools." In addition to the coating, TP2500 has a functionally graded substrate structure that contributes to edge toughness without a sacrifice of strength in the other areas of the insert.--GSV
Included are Engage metallocene polyolefin elastomers (POEs), which can be used in PP and functionally grafted for use in engineering resins; Nordal IP EPDM, which functions as an impact modifier and low-profile additive in thermoset polyester SMC and BMC; and Tyrin CPE for use in weatherable PVC.
* About 40% of the nation's functionally disabled people who need long-term care are between the ages of 18 and 64.
"Interpreting design, especially ambitious designs, and realizing them while ensuring everything works functionally for the end user is our foremost priority.
For the most part, this meant moving functionally, organizationally, and/or geographically.