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partially

[ pahr-shuh-lee ]
/ ˈpɑr ʃə li /
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adverb

to some degree or in some way or aspect, but not fully or totally; incompletely:Season three of the sci-fi series would have taken place either partially or completely on Mars.
in a way that is biased or prejudiced in favor of one group, side, person, etc., over another:He did not judge partially, he said, but claimed to mete out justice equally to rich and poor alike.

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Origin of partially

OTHER WORDS FROM partially

non·par·tial·ly, adverbo·ver·par·tial·ly, adverb
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