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partway

Syllabification: part·way
Pronunciation: /ˈpärtˌwā
 
, ˌpärtˈwā
 
/

Definition of partway in English:

adverb

Part of the way: partway along the corridor he stopped
More example sentences
  • However, the light triangular base doesn't lend itself to keeping the joystick steady on a desk or feeling comfortable while held, and the support part-way down the joystick actually started to wear at my hand before long.
  • It was only part-way into the chase that Simon realised the two suspects on foot were carrying firearms so he immediately began to give a running commentary to his colleagues over his radio so they could call for back-up.
  • You know, we're already part-way into the term.

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