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1       adj   You use partial to refer to something that is not complete or whole.  
usu ADJ n  
...a partial ban on the use of cars in the city., ...partial blindness.     
2       adj   If you are partial to something, you like it.  
v-link ADJ to n/-ing  
He's partial to sporty women with blue eyes...     
  partiality      n-uncount   oft N for n   (=fondness)  
He has a great partiality for chocolate biscuits.     
3       adj   Someone who is partial supports a particular person or thing, for example in a competition or dispute, instead of being completely fair.  
v-link ADJ   (=biased)     (Antonym: impartial)    I might be accused of being partial...     
  partiality      n-uncount   (=bias)     (Antonym: impartiality)    She is criticized by some others for her one-sidedness and partiality.     
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary  


1    fragmentary, imperfect, incomplete, limited, uncompleted, unfinished  
2    biased, discriminatory, influenced, interested, one-sided, partisan, predisposed, prejudiced, tendentious, unfair, unjust  
3    be partial to      be fond of, be keen on, be taken with, care for, have a liking for, have a soft spot for, have a weakness for  
1    complete, entire, finished, full, total, whole  
2    impartial, objective, unbiased, unprejudiced  

English Collins Dictionary - English synonyms & Thesaurus  

Collaborative Dictionary     English Cobuild
a ban or a partial prohibition on trade of weapons with a particular country, in order to isolate it
Actual hold (complete or partial control) of digital assets with or without lawful title
[Tech.];[Leg.] hold of digital assets in cyberspace
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