Definition of marginally in English:

marginally

Line breaks: mar¦gin|al¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈmɑːdʒɪn(ə)li
 
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adverb

To only a limited extent; slightly: inflation is predicted to drop marginally [as submodifier]: he’s marginally worse than he was
More example sentences
  • Don't worry too much if your line is slightly heavier or marginally lighter than my recommendations.
  • The average British voter, the survey found, was marginally to the left of centre, at minus 2.
  • They were marginally successful in that they created more chances than the visitors and forced two short corners.

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