1. You use in part to indicate that something exists or happens to some extent but not completely. (FORMAL) (= partly)
2. in part: to some degree; partly
3. in part: to some extent; in some degree; not wholly
- The levels of blood glucose depend in part on what you eat and when you eat.
- The accidents were due in part to the bad weather.
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- This job involves in some part selling your soul for a good salary.