partial

[adj] - showing favoritism 2. [adj] - being or affecting only a part
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partial

adjective being or affecting only a part; not total; `a partial description of the suspect`; `partial collapse`; `a partial eclipse`; `a partial monopoly`; `partial immunity`
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Partial

Favoring one person or side over another; not impartial.
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partial

sinusoidal component of a complex sound wave
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Partial

1. Affecting only the part of something 2. Not total 3. Favouring one to the other.
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partial

adj. not complete or entire.
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Partial

A harmonic given off by a note when it is played.
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Partial

A harmonic given off by a note when it is played.
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Partial

Used in the context of general equities. Trade whose size is only part of the total customer indicat
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Partial

Of secondary importance or rank.
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partial

being or affecting only a segment
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