half adverb Meaning in the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary
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Meaning of “half” - Learner’s Dictionary

half

adverb
 
 
/hɑːf/
B1 partly, but not completely: half empty/full Sophia is half Greek and half Spanish (= she has one Greek parent and one Spanish parent). She was only half aware of what was happening.Incomplete
Translations of “half”
in Arabic جِزئيًّا…
in Korean 반쯤…
in Malaysian hampir…
in French à moitié…
in Turkish kısmen yarı, yarısı, yarı yarıya…
in Italian a metà, in parte…
in Russian наполовину…
in Polish w połowie…
in Vietnamese một phần…
in Spanish medio, casi…
in Portuguese meio, pela metade…
in Thai เกือบ…
in German beinahe…
in Catalan mig…
in Japanese 一部, 部分的に…
in Indonesian hampir…
(Definition of half adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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