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noun (SOME) 一些     /pɑːt/ US  /pɑːrt/
[U] some but not all of a thing 部分,局部 Part of my steak isn't cooked properly. 我这块牛排有些部分没烧好。 Part of this form seems to be missing. 这份表格有一部分似乎缺失了。 I think part of her problem is that she doesn't listen carefully enough to what other people say. 我认为她的部分问题在于她不去认真听取别人所说的话。 Words meaning parts of things
in part
partly, or to some degree 部分地;在一定程度上 The deadline for applications is being extended, in part because of the postal strike. 申请的最后期限延长了,部分原因是邮局发生了罢工。 Incomplete
in (a) large part
to an important degree 在很大程度上,多半 How quickly we can finish the project depends in (a) large part on when we get the payments through. 我们能多快完成这个项目很大程度上取决于款项什么时候到位。 General words for size and amount
for the most part
mostly or usually 一般地,通常 He was, for the most part, quite helpful. 他通常都很乐于助人。 General
(Definition of part noun (SOME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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