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- adv. In a functional manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a functional manner; as regards normal or appropriate activity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a functional manner; by means of functions; specifically, in zoöl., with reference to function alone: as, the maxillæ of crustaceans are morphologically limbs, but functionally jaws.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to function
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"It's what they call functionally obsolete, meaning it's narrow and the trusses have low clearance," Elkins said.
Medicare functionally is just politicians buying votes by promising voters that others will pay their expenses for them.
My approach on eBay is to look for high quality well made items that are in functionally sound condition.
A third question, incidentally, is the role of the Reno Justice Department, and Clinton Administration more broadly, in functionally encouraging these disastrous bureaucratic developments.
President Obama on Thursday visited the Brent Spence Bridge, which has been called "functionally obsolete."
Jack, if the purpose of the study was to help members lobby states for (what one presumes is) lower taxes, why would they construct the methodology in a way that you describe as functionally irrelevant to them?
The author, Paul Decker, disclaimed the "outworn and futile" ideas of democracy and human equality, and substituted a system in which human beings were evaluated "functionally" - that is to say, by the role each filled in the economic sequence.
Consumers now have very high interaction and user experience expectations, but most service organizations are still stuck in the '80s and '90s when it comes to 'functionally'-led solutions for customers.
Some of you were with me when we visited a bridge between Ohio and Kentucky that's been classified as "functionally obsolete."
This war is shortchanging education -- 33 percent of people in our nation's capital are classified as functionally illiterate, and China is graduating 600,000 engineers per year while we graduate only 70,000.