Synonym: division, part, portion, section, segment. Antonym: integer. Similar words: attraction, practitioner, interaction, action, reaction, take action, transaction, practice. Meaning: ['frækʃn] n. 1. a component of a mixture that has been separated by a fractional process 2. a small part or item forming a piece of a whole 3. the quotient of two rational numbers. v. perform a division.

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1 She spends only a

*fraction*of her earnings.2 Fake designer watches are sold at a

*fraction*of the price of the genuine article.3 The car missed me by a

*fraction*of an inch.4 A mere

*fraction*of available wind energy is currently utilized.5 She hesitated for a

*fraction*of a second before responding.6 The car stopped within a

*fraction*of an inch of the wall.7 I got these shoes at a

*fraction*of the original price.8 She hesitated for the merest

*fraction*of a second.9 The cost is only a

*fraction*of his salary.10 Could you move a

*fraction*closer?11 I opened my eyes just a

*fraction*.12 3/2 is an improper

*fraction*.13 Express 25% as a

*fraction*.14 She paused for a

*fraction*of a second.15 Only a

*fraction*of my friends have video recorder.16 The goods will be sold for a

*fraction*of their value in order to discharge the debt.17 Most humans only use a

*fraction*of their total useful brainpower.18 If he'd reacted a

*fraction*of a second later(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com] he would surely have died.19 Why not grow your own fruit at a

*fraction*of the price?20 The

*fraction*was then multiplied by 100 and rounded to the nearest half or whole number.21 Only a small

*fraction*of a bank's total deposits will be withdrawn at any one time.22 The house was sold for only a

*fraction*of its true value.23 11/8 is an improper

*fraction*, equivalent to one and three-eighths.24 The average income is high, though many people earn just a

*fraction*of that average.25 The first step is to rationalize the denominator of a

*fraction*.26 The new system can trace a phone call in a

*fraction*of a second.27 Reputable charities spend the lion's share of donations on aid and a tiny

*fraction*on administration.28 Although sexual and violent crimes have increased by 10%, they remain only a tiny/small

*fraction*of the total number of crimes committed each year.29 He does not like the new governess by a

*fraction*.30 If you would kindly move your posterior just a

*fraction*to the right, I might get by.More similar words: attraction, practitioner, interaction, action, reaction, take action, transaction, practice, practical, in practice, attractive, practically, out of practice, auction, fiction, section, function, reduction, election, sanction, infection, selection, objection, protection, connection, projection, production, collection, inspection, prediction.