To a certain degree or distance; in part: partway to town; not even partway reasonable.
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some of the way; partly: I stopped reading partway through the chapter.
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1. at or to a part of the way: I'm already partway home.
2. in some degree; partly.
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partway[ˈpɑːtˌweɪ] ADV partway through the week → a mitad de la semana
the wood had been sawn partway through → la madera había sido serrada parcialmente
I'll walk partway with you → caminaré un trozo contigo
it goes partway toward explaining his strange behaviour → explica en parte su extraño comportamiento
we're only partway into or through the work → hemos hecho sólo una parte del trabajo
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partway[ˈpɑːtweɪ] adv partway through sth (fam) → a metà di qc
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