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partial

adjective /ˈpaːʃəl/
not complete; in part only
parcial
a partial success partial payment.
having a liking for (a person or thing)
parcial, tener debilidad por algo/alguien
He is very partial to cheese.
partiality /-ʃiˈӕləti/ noun a liking for
debilidad por
He has a partiality for cheese.
the preferring of one person or side more than another
parcialidad, preferencia
He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.
partial immersion /ˈpaːʃəl iˈməːʃən/ noun an approach to foreign language teaching in which at least half of the class time is conducted in the foreign language
Immersión Parcial
(also adjective) The partial immersion programme is run in parallel with a regular non-immersion programme.
Translations of “partial”
in Korean 부분적인…
in Arabic جُزْئي…
in French partiel, qui a un faible pour…
in Italian parziale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不完全的, 不完全的,部分的…
in Russian частичный, неполный…
in Turkish kısmî, sınırlı…
in Polish częściowy…
in Portuguese parcial…
in German Teil-…, eine Vorliebe haben…
in Catalan parcial…
in Japanese 不完全な, 部分的だ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不完全的, 不完全的,部分的…
(Definition of partial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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