partially美 [ˈpɑrʃəli] 英 [ˈpɑː(r)ʃəli]
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)
in a way that shows an unfair preference for one person or thing over another
To achieve these, the birds must be at least partially confined, so need to be provided with all or most of their nutritional requirements.
He must never admit that he might be wrong or that people with a different point of view might be even partially right.
A similar operation might also be contemplated for the debts of those banks that have been partially or wholly recapitalised by the state.
For days this apparition was a drag on her soul before it began to wear partially away.
Proteus is the only machine available today which at least partially remedies that situation.
The poison in these items is called partially hydrogenated fat, often referred to as trans-fatty acids.
The accrued past bonuses of those employees who lost money would be used to cover the losses, at least partially.
Some of these attributes and attitudes may be permanent, or at least only partially subject to the vagaries of the economic cycle.
The support is at least partially in place in the unit I looked at.
If Setup did not upgrade the report server database automatically, your report server installation is only partially upgraded.