Of, relating to, or constituting a fraction.(adjective)
Very small; insignificant: a minor candidate's fractional share of the vote. (adjective)
Being in fractions or pieces.(adjective)
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Use "fractional" in a sentence
"ID guy insists that Shannon Information doesn't deal in fractional bits, even when it was pointed out that Shannon said "a decimal digit is about 3 1/3 bits.""
"Without a LoLR, any bank that engages in fractional reserve banking is always liable to a bank-run."
"I also suppose it would be sorta ok if private banks wanted to engage in fractional reserve banking but only if there was a big notice in BIG BIG letters in the written contract explaining the risks."