partially

Partially vs Subjunctive - What's the difference?

partially | subjunctive |


As an adverb partially

is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

As an adjective subjunctive is

(grammar|of a verb) inflected to indicate that an act or state of being is possible, contingent or hypothetical, and not a fact.

As a noun subjunctive is

(grammar|uncountable) the subjunctive mood.

Partially - What does it mean?

partially | |

Partially vs Strongly - What's the difference?

partially | strongly |


As adverbs the difference between partially and strongly

is that partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely while strongly is in a strong or powerful manner.

A_bit vs Partially - What's the difference?

a_bit | partially | Related terms |

A_bit is a related term of partially.


As adverbs the difference between a_bit and partially

is that a_bit is to a small extent; in a small amount; rather while partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

Partially vs Almost - What's the difference?

partially | almost |


As adverbs the difference between partially and almost

is that partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely while almost is very close to, but not quite.

As a noun almost is

(informal) something or someone that doesn't quite make it.

To_some_degree_ vs Partially - What's the difference?

to_some_degree_ | partially | Related terms |

To_some_degree_ is a related term of partially.


As an adverb partially is

to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

Somewhat vs Partially - What's the difference?

somewhat | partially |


As adverbs the difference between somewhat and partially

is that somewhat is to a limited extent or degree while partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

As a pronoun somewhat

is (archaic) something.

As a noun somewhat

is more or less; a certain quantity or degree; a part, more or less; something.

Some vs Partially - What's the difference?

some | partially |


As adverbs the difference between some and partially

is that some is of a measurement; approximately, roughly while partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

As a pronoun some

is a certain number, at least one.

As a determiner some

is a certain proportion of, at least one.

Half vs Partially - What's the difference?

half | partially |


As adverbs the difference between half and partially

is that half is in two equal parts or to an equal degree; in some part approximating a half; partially; imperfectly while partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

As an adjective half

is consisting of a moiety, or half (1/2, 50%).

As a noun half

is one of two usually roughly equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided; — sometimes followed by of; as, a half of an apple.

As a verb half

is to halve.

As a preposition half

is a half-hour after, thirty minutes after (used with the number of the hour).

Reasonably vs Partially - What's the difference?

reasonably | partially | Related terms |

Reasonably is a related term of partially.


As adverbs the difference between reasonably and partially

is that reasonably is in accordance with reason while partially is to a partial degree or extent, incompletely.

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