Meaning of PARTIAL in English

PARTIAL

1.

You use ~ to refer to something that is not complete or whole.

...a ~ ban on the use of cars in the city.

...~ blindness.

ADJ: usu ADJ n

2.

If you are ~ to something, you like it.

He’s ~ to sporty women with blue eyes...

ADJ: v-link ADJ to n/-ing

~ity

He has a great ~ity for chocolate biscuits.

= fondness

N-UNCOUNT: oft N for n

3.

Someone who is ~ supports a particular person or thing, for example in a competition or dispute, instead of being completely fair.

I might be accused of being ~...

= biased

? im~

ADJ: v-link ADJ

~ity

She is criticized by some others for her one-sidedness and ~ity.

= bias

? im~ity

N-UNCOUNT

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