What is partially?

  • (adv): In part; in some degree; not wholly.
    Example: "He was partially paralyzed"
    Synonyms: partly, part

Some articles on partially:

List Of Hungarian-language Television Channels - Romania - State
... TVR1 – partially in Hungarian TVR Cultural – partially in Hungarian TVR 3 Cluj – partially in Hungarian TVR 3 Timişoara – partially in Hungarian ...
Comint - Defensive Signals Intelligence - Protection Against Compromising Emanations - Mitigation and Countermeasures
... Information Act queries, books talking about interception techniques, inferences drawn from partially released documents, and straightforward thinking by electronic engineers ... Some documents released fully or partially under FOIA Red/Black Installation Guidance Specification for Shielded Enclosures Specification for Shielded Enclosures (partially redacted) A number of individuals have ...
Pseudoideal - Basic Definitions
... bounds of the set of all upper bounds of the subset A of a partially ordered set ... A subset I of a partially ordered set (P,≤) is a Doyle pseudoideal, if the following condition holds A subset I of a partially ordered set (P,≤) is a pseudoideal, if the following condition holds ...
... Bartlehiem is a hamlet, located partially in Ferwerderadiel, partially in Tytsjerksteradiel, and partially in Leeuwarderadeel and has around 70 ...
Armilos - Appearance
... Midrash Vayosha depicts Armilus as bald, partially deaf, partially maimed, and partially leprous ...

Famous quotes containing the word partially:

    Before the land rose out of the ocean, and became dry land, chaos reigned; and between high and low water mark, where she is partially disrobed and rising, a sort of chaos reigns still, which only anomalous creatures can inhabit.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Some men have a necessity to be mean, as if they were exercising a faculty which they had to partially neglect since early childhood.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    I remember once dreaming of pushing a canoe up the rivers of Maine, and that, when I had got so high that the channels were dry, I kept on through the ravines and gorges, nearly as well as before, by pushing a little harder, and now it seemed to me that my dream was partially realized.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)