Meaning of PARTIALLY in English

PARTIALLY

ˈpärsh(ə)lē, ˈpȧsh-, -li adverb

Etymology: Middle English parcially, from parcial + -ly

1. : to some extent : partly

a determined but only partially successful attempt — American Guide Series: Minnesota

the scarcity of suitable … material partially explains the trend — Publishers' Weekly

a sharp-featured face with a partially bald head — Norman Mailer

2.

a. obsolete : with inclination or predilection toward one side rather than another

b. archaic : with affection or favor toward someone or something

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