partway

[pahrt-wey, -wey]
adverb
1.
at or to a part of the way or distance: Shall I walk you partway? I'm already partway home.
2.
in some degree or part; partly; partially: hopes that were only partway realized.

Origin:
1855–60; part + way1

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partway (ˈpɑːtˌweɪ)
 
adv
some of the way; partly: I stopped reading partway through the chapter

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Example sentences
Adding a lot more renewables would only go partway to meet that drop, say the
  authors.
Dip the wire into the glue, then insert the wire partway though the stem end.
Fill the eggshell partway with water and shake it up to rinse thoroughly.
And lots more leave grad school partway through, or choose not to go at all.
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