- adv.部分地; <古>偏袒地，偏爱地; 一部分;
The road was partially blocked by a fallen tree.
Now if a great lake like Victoria were to dry up partially, it would be split into a number of separate, smaller lakes.
These plants will grow happily in a sunny or partially shaded spot.
The door was partially concealed by the drapes.
Her partially clothed body was found in woods nearby.
The police managed to restore calm and the curfew was partially lifted.
At the other end, the door to the large living room was partially open.
The attempt was only partially successful.
He had gone partially bald.
There was an uneasy basis to his scorn which he partially understood.
The final hardness of the cheese is partially a function of the length of ripening.
I am partially to blame for the accident.
Mei Lanfang himself experimented with . plays on contemporary themes presented in a partially realistic way.
Proteus is the only machine available today which at least partially remedies that situation.
Traditional methods only can settle power quality problems partially.
I owned a cancer research company that's partially in United States and partially in Israel.
For an overview of this issue, see Using Libraries from Partially Trusted Code.
Perhaps evolution has a mere slope , which shapes its possibilities and makes it partially predictable?
Rollers work in poor conditions and they are rather liable to be partially invalidated.
Photons penetrating into a dielectric polarize it and , in turn , are partially canceled out.
This member cannot be used by partially trusted code.
The enclaves are remnants of rocks which partially melted to form granitoid magma.
More recently he has stirred controversy by partially excusing the activities of Somalia's pirates.
This is a fundamental problem which is only partially alleviated by windowing user interfaces.
The block cipher remedies partially some flaws of the known chaotic cryptosystem.
Fifthly, Investment industry partially transferred merchant capital into industrial capital.
Vernalization The cold treatment of ungerminated or partially germinated seeds.
That's partially because it appears people who set realistic goals actually work more efficiently, and exert more effort, to achieve those goals.
1. in part; in some degree; not wholly;
"I felt partly to blame"
"He was partially paralyzed"