﻿ Definition of partially. Meaning of partially. Synonyms of partially

Definition of partially. Meaning of partially. Synonyms of partially

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Definition of partially

Partially
Partially Par"tial*ly adv. 1. In part; not totally; as, partially true; the sun partially eclipsed. --Sir T. Browne. 2. In a partial manner; with undue bias of mind; with unjust favor or dislike; as, to judge partially. --Shak.

Meaning of partially from wikipedia

- in mathematics , especially order theory , a partially ordered set (or poset) formalizes and generalizes the intuitive concept of an
- the partial derivative \frac\partial f\partial x can be seen as another function defined on u and can again be partially differentiated.
- in abstract algebra , a partially ordered group is a group (g,+) equipped with a partial order '≤' that is translation-invariant; in other
- in england , a partially selective school is one of a few dozen state-funded secondary schools that select a proportion of their intake by
- in abstract algebra , a partially ordered ring is a ring (a, +, · ), together with a compatible partial order, i.e. a partial order \leq
- a partially guyed tower is a tower structure which consists of a free-standing basement, in most cases of concrete or of lattice steel with
- the following is a list of notable films that are incomplete or partially lost. for films in which no part of a print or footage
- in mathematics — specifically, in operator theory — a densely defined operator or partially defined operator is a type of partially
- a partially observable system is one in which the entire state of the system is not fully visible to an external sensor. in a partially
- partially bivoltine refers to an organism having two generation s in a year which are not completely reproductively isolated, the 'overlap