(a) Of, relating to, becoming, or affecting just a component; maybe not total; incomplete: the master plan calls for limited implementation of missiles. The police have only a partial description of this suspect.
(a) Favoring anyone or part over another or other individuals; biased or prejudiced: a choice that was partial into plaintiff.
(a) Having a particular liking or fondness for something or some one: partial to spicy food.
(n) Music See harmonic.
(n) Mathematics A partial derivative.
(n) A partial derivative: a derivative with respect to one separate variable of a function in multiple variables.
Affecting part only; perhaps not basic or universal; not total.
In botany, subordinate; secondary: as, a partial umbel, peduncle, or involucre.
Inclined to prefer one-party in an underlying cause or one part of a concern a lot more than others; maybe not indifferent; exhibiting favoritism; in a restricted sense, unjust or unjust through favoritism.
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