marginally marginally  /ˈmɑr dʒə nə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a marginal manner

Usage(s):

  1. The next two Dymaxions were bigger, heavier, and only marginally more drivable.
  2. But these cells are marginally helpful to scientists, and do not show the same promise as those culled from embryos.
  3. Exam fever in China is older than gunpowder, and only marginally less volatile.

News

  1. UK Market Rises Slightly

    The UK market market is marginally higher on Wednesday, amid bargain hunting, as some news on the M&A front helped balance the negative sentiment triggered by concerns about the future of the stimulus programs. That said, markets in Asia fell to stimulus worries, as investors globally fear that other central banks may follow the Bank of Japan's inaction.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: RTT News

  2. Inditex Q1 Profit Rises Marginally

    Inditex Q1 Profit Rises Marginally
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  3. French Market Marginally Higher

    The French market is marginally higher on Monday, as the monthly jobs report from the U.S. indicated that the economic growth is not gathering sufficient momentum for the Federal Reserve to scale down its bond-buying program. That said, worries about growth in China kept optimism in check.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: RTT News

Quotes

  1. "A slightly or marginally safer alternative" would not suffice, Roberts said.
    on Apr 17, 2008 By: John Roberts Source: Arizona Republic

  2. "The hardest part for City is that they, by tradition, are not a big football club and therefore all the money in the world does not make a difference for them," Solbakken said. "They brought in Wayne Bridge even though he is only marginally...
    on Feb 17, 2009 By: Ståle Solbakken Source: Independent

  3. "Originally, I was going to rewrite the last 12 lines or so and then I thought that would be marginally presumptuous," Kennedy said.
    on Mar 9, 2007 By: Anthony Kennedy Source: Forbes

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