Examples of partly in a Sentence
The project failed partly because of a lack of funds.
What you say is only partly true.
Recent Examples of partly from the Web
The rising cost of elections is partly due to the fact that other cities have been complying with the California Voter Participation Rights Act, said City Clerk Ardy Kassakhian.
Musicians tend to avoid political commentary, partly due to an ingrained fear of persecution from the powerful political class.
The show of force, Windom said, was partly due to the fact that so much water had to be trucked in to put out the fires.
The commercial airline industry is working to keep up with rising demand, partly due to a growing middle class in China and India that increasingly is turning to air travel.
This is partly due to the growing number of insecure devices connected to the Internet, which hackers are able to capture and deploy in criminal operations.
Many have been surprised by how well Salah has fared in his debut season for Liverpool, partly due to his uninspiring first stint in the Premier League under Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.
That’s partly due to the veteran dining room manager, Nahatai Pumarintara Harris, 57.
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PARTLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of partly for English Language Learners
: somewhat but not completely : to some extent or in some degree
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