Definition of 'partially'
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She is a grandmother, partially deaf and takes out her hearing aids to swim. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Radio commentary sets are provided for the blind and partially sighted, while sound reinforcement systems aid the hearing impaired. The Sun (2017)She struggles to walk and she is partially blind. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He says he is partially deaf because of listening to music on headphones. The Sun (2006)She is already blind in one eye and partially sighted in the other. The Sun (2010)She is partially sighted and struggles to read books. The Sun (2009)He spent two weeks recovering in hospital after waking up partially paralysed. The Sun (2008)And pity the nine million partially deaf people on these islands. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Only one woman was partially visible in the picture. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now she hopes her success will inspire other partially sighted singers. The Sun (2013)He is partially paralysed and can hardly speak. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is said to be deaf in one ear and partially blind. Times, Sunday Times (2009)My dad has been diagnosed as partially sighted and is having trouble reading his favourite books. The Sun (2006)He is blind in one eye and partially sighted in the other. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The intrepid soldier is partially paralysed by a back injury suffered in action in Iraq. The Sun (2010)He also suffers from cystic fibrosis, which is destroying his lungs and has left him partially deaf. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The 39-year-old is partially blind, has no use of his right arm and lasting brain injuries. The Sun (2010)He was rushed to hospital on April 24 and has been partially paralysed in intensive care. The Sun (2012)The semiconductor sector will be slow to recover, with any pick-up in volumes likely to be partially offset by pressure on price. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This was entirely due to a deterioration in the trade in goods deficit (only partially offset by an improvement in the services surplus). Times, Sunday Times (2016)Bricks and blocks have soared in value because of rising energy costs, with these costs partially offset by cheaper kitchens and bathrooms manufactured in China. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'partially'
British English: partially ADVERB
If something happens or exists partially, it happens or exists to some extent, but not completely.
She is partially blind.
Definition of partially from the Collins English Dictionary
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