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Definition of partially adverb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

partially

 adverb
adverb
NAmE//ˈpɑrʃəli//
 
 
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partly; not completely The road was partially blocked by a fallen tree. a society for the blind and partially sighted (= people who can see very little) It's only partially true. Which Word?partly / partially Partly and partially both mean “not completely”:The road is partly/partially finished.Partly is especially used to talk about the reason for something, often followed by because or due to:I didn’t enjoy the trip very much, partly because of the weather.Partially should be used when you are talking about physical conditions:His mother is partially blind.
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